Freedom Under Socialism

Authors

  • Howard Kaminsky

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-002-07-1950-11_3

Keywords:

Freedom

Abstract

Ideas are usually subjected to the most rigorous analyses when men find that they must suffer for holding them. In our time, as the struggle for progress sharpens, many socialists have been undergoing crises of doubt and soul-searching and, as we know, not all have come through honorably. But no matter how these crises are resolved by each individual they usually have a quite legitimate beginning in the recognition that every socialist is responsible not only for the moral content of his ideals but also for the action they demand and the results they imply.

Published

1950-11-03

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