The Scourge of Collectivism
Gary D. Barnett
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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
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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