Warren T asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 2 months ago

What would this country look like with the Radical Left in charge?

We just might find out in November and I have a feeling the voters won't be happy

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago
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    Nightmare. Remember, the democrats party has been shifting to The left gradually since the 60, now it’s extreme left, that means USA = =>Socialist Venezuela coming plus Balkanisation, plus war with China communist + jihadist+ ethnic/racial violence = total collapse .

    War, misery, no sex for men, except black men.

  • James
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    More like Canada.

  • 2 months ago

    It would like most of Europe does -- because our so-called "radical left" is actually slightly farther to the right than their moderates.

  • Zirp
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    With the actual radical left in charge, there would not be any billionnaires, and the standard working-week would be 20-25 hours. Stockmarkets would be closed. The means of production would be owned by local collectives.

    Most advertisements would disappear. There would be no involuntary unemployment or homelessness.

    If by "this country" (it's a worldwide website) you mean USA you will definitely NOT find out in november. Biden is not Sanders, and Sanders is a MODERATE leftist

    Source(s): dutch/NL
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  • 2 months ago

    Cuba, Venezuela, Central America.

    If Ilhan Omar was in charge, Somalia.

    If Rashid Tlaib was in charge, the West Bank.

    AOC, San Juan Puerto Rico.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    It would look like 8 years of steady economic growth just like when Obama was in the office.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    The US would look like Denmark.

    The terms "left" and "right" appeared during the French Revolution of 1789 when members of the National Assembly divided into supporters of the king to the president's right and supporters of the revolution to his left. Generally, the left-wing is characterized by an emphasis on 'ideas such as freedom, equality, fraternity, rights, progress, reform and internationalism', while the right-wing is characterized by an emphasis on 'notions such as authority, hierarchy, order, duty, tradition, reaction and nationalism'On a social level, the right generally believes that a hierarchy in society is natural and normal. For them, the idea of a class system whereby the richer employ the poorer in a triangle is healthy because everybody benefits and it has historically been the natural order of things.  Their economic policy (generally speaking) complements this, by promoting a form of capitalism which gives more economic freedom to big businesses. This means fewer regulations and lower taxes. They argue that as big businesses grow they create jobs for the working class and gradually everyone gets richer.The left on the other hand is more keen to reduce the gaps in society between the rich and the poor. They believe society should work together to help everybody, with schemes like single payer health care and education. They argue the rich should pay proportionally more for this through taxes, thus reducing the gap between rich and poor. They also prefer to regulate 'the Market', which means distributing the wealth created on the stock market and in banks so that it does not all end up in the pockets of millionaires but some of it goes to solving the country's problems.The easiest way to think about it is the idea of 'State vs. Market'. The state is the government, using its power to solve problems that only the government can; healthcare, policing, schools etc. Those departments are the 'public sector'. The market is the capitalist force which creates wealth, such as business transactions and banking. This is the 'private sector'.

  • 2 months ago

    More looting and businesses being burned down. Crime in every nook and cranny and town in this country. Nobody would want to work for a living. It would be a hell hole!

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Mogadishu.     

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