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We Should Improve Society Somewhat: A Collection of Comics By Matt Bors

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I might have been able to study in a public school thanks to the government, but if that weren't the case, I would have probably studied anyway, only in a different way. The "Christian bridge" example leads me to think that you are focussing on the "single cause" aspect here.

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Eventually, perhaps, you will have something like that Lexington, Kentucky’s worth of people making different choices and a huge impact. A supermajority of the people in this country wants action on climate change, but too many of us are afraid to ask for it. But this collection of comics lays exactly that in front of you and does it in a perfectly balanced way, allowing you to grasp necessary information and also enjoy the art through which it is all being depicted. So one of the gotcha claims used by folks on the right towards socialists/communists is that they live in a society where they benefit from the material living standards that have arisen through a capitalist mode of production.But the criticism of them isn’t that they try to make political points elsewhere, take their money, and shut up.

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Gervais pointed out what he believed was the hypocrisy of Hollywood elites in his opening speech at the Golden Globes. Funny” but also deeply depressing which is the problem with a book of highly relevant political comics about a terrible time that only got worse. Mr Gotcha isn’t just a depiction of annoying men (and let’s face it, they are almost always men) who want to have the last word and affect a sort of knowing cynicism and weariness with political activism because they think it makes them look cool. I am a regular monetary contributor to his magazine, The Nib, and I will proudly continue to do so as long as he keeps putting out fantastic work like this.

In all cases, the fallacy is assuming that if no public entity had created the environment allowing an individual to do something (or benefit from some advantage), no one else would have. The socialist/communist talks a big game about "consume the wealthy people"* and "you have nothing to lose but your chains" and "reshape civilisation in Marx's image", but when pushed retreats to the much more vague and non-commital "we should improve society somewhat" which is an opinion very few people actually disagree with. It demonstrates that you're not trying to score political points on an issue, shows that you can consider multiple sides of an issue, and avoids triggering a bunch of defensive comments from people who disagree with you. Reddit and its partners use cookies and similar technologies to provide you with a better experience. By accepting all cookies, you agree to our use of cookies to deliver and maintain our services and site, improve the quality of Reddit, personalize Reddit content and advertising, and measure the effectiveness of advertising.

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