Socialism Is Evil: The Moral Case against Marx’s Radical Dream Audiobook, by Justin T. Haskins Play Audiobook Sample

Socialism Is Evil: The Moral Case against Marx’s Radical Dream Audiobook

Socialism Is Evil: The Moral Case against Marx’s Radical Dream Audiobook, by Justin T. Haskins Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: John McLain Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 1.50 hours at 1.5x Speed 1.13 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: November 2020 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781799914761

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Longest Chapter Length:

07:33 minutes

Shortest Chapter Length:

53 seconds

Average Chapter Length:

03:19 minutes

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The greatest threat facing the United States today doesn’t come from China, Iran, or even Russia; it’s the growing number of Americans who believe Karl Marx’s socialism provides the best strategy for making our communities safer, healthier, and more prosperous. But the most significant danger posed by socialism isn’t that its implementation would lead to greater poverty and fewer property rights, it’s that socialism would create numerous moral problems, including the limits it would place on individual liberty and religious freedom.

In Socialism Is Evil: The Moral Case Against Marx’s Radical Dream, conservative columnist and think tank research fellow Justin Haskins examines the moral perils of Marx’s socialism and explains why if socialism were to be imposed in its fullest form, it wouldn’t just damage people’s freedoms, it would obliterate them. Haskins argues it would be dangerous to attempt to create Marx’s utopian socialist world, and even more importantly, that such an attempt would be so highly immoral that it could reasonably be called “evil.”

In Socialism Is Evil, Haskins makes the moral case against socialism and also describes in detail what socialists believe, the differences between socialism and communism, why Marx’s socialism will never be completely adopted, and why even the more moderate European-style socialism, called “democratic socialism” by some, is highly immoral and anti-American.

Many socialists are kind, generous people with good intentions, but sometimes, good intentions can create devastating results. Socialism Is Evil briefly tackles some of the most important moral controversies surrounding Marx’s socialism, providing supporters of individual liberty with the tools they need to stop the rise of socialism in its tracks.

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“Although Socialism Is Evil is very concise, it needs to be read with total concentration to fully comprehend the scope of evil socialism implements on a society.’"

— Jay Lehr, PhD, science director of the Heartland Institute 

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About Justin T. Haskins

Justin Haskins is currently the executive editor of The Heartland Institute, one of the nation’s leading free-market think tanks. Justin graduated summa cum laude from the University of Richmond in 2010 and from Regent University in 2011 with an M.A. in government with a focus on international relations. Haskins finished his second M.A. from Regent University, this time in journalism, in 2015. Haskins has been published hundreds of times in major American publications, including U.S. News and World Report, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Forbes, TheBlaze, New York Post,, and many others. Haskins’ work has also been featured by numerous media outlets, including Fox News, New York Times, and the Glenn Beck Radio Program

About John McLain

John McLain is an actor, professional voice talent, and Earphones Award–winning narrator. He has been a finalist for the prestigious Audie Award for best narration. On stage, he has appeared in The Sound of Music, My Fair Lady, Amahl & the Night Visitors, and The Music Man.