Ideological Face-Off Seen as War of Words: Terminology Said to Promote Socialism
Hallow, Ralph Z., The Washington Times (Washington, DC)
Conservatism and capitalism are out and socialism is in, the Hungarian-born director of the Center for the American Founding said yesterday.
Words like "conservative," "capitalism," "right" and "left" are "inventions of socialists to confuse people in order to promote the socialist agenda," said Balint Vazsonyi at a Heritage Foundation event yesterday.
"Liberal" and "liberalism" should be called what, in his view, they really are: "socialist" and "socialism."
Mr. Vazsonyi first laid out his ideas about the American founding in a Heritage Foundation speech four years ago. He refined them last year to what he calls the "four points of the compass": the …
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Publication information: Article title: Ideological Face-Off Seen as War of Words: Terminology Said to Promote Socialism. Contributors: Hallow, Ralph Z. - Author. Newspaper title: The Washington Times (Washington, DC). Publication date: January 21, 1999. Page number: 6. © 2009 The Washington Times LLC. COPYRIGHT 1999 Gale Group.
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