Oscar Wilde on the Poor and Socialism

by VanessaVaile

from the becoming radical renamed — but still radical, Paul Thomas, ‎@plthomasEdD

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While I highly recommend a careful reading of Oscar Wilde’s The Soul of Man under Socialism, I also urge you to consider that this examination of the consequences of private property and how that perpetuates poverty is stunningly similar to the current education reform movement, notably: “But their remedies do not cure the disease: they merely prolong it. Indeed, their remedies are part of the disease.”

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