Some young Americans warm to socialism, even Miami Cubans
- August 25, 2019
- Edwin Amenta, sociology, via AP, The New York Times, and other outlets nationwide, Aug. 25, 2019
Americans who came of age during the last recession often embrace a larger government role in social policy. They cite stagnant wages, student loan debt and a decrease in employer-sponsored health insurance and pensions, according to University of California-Irvine political sociologist Edwin Amenta. … "Today's socialism for younger people means the Canadian health system and the Swedish welfare state," Amenta said.
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