The Scourge of Collectivism


by
Gary D. Barnett

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Collectivism
holds that, in human affairs, the collective – society, the community,
the nation, the proletariat, the race, etc. – is the unit of reality
and the standard of value. On this view, the individual has reality
only as a part of the group, and value only insofar as he serves
it.

~ Leonard
Peikoff

The mind of
the collectivist is empty and pitiful, and has not the ability to
think on its own. It has no uniqueness; it has no individual personality.

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