Dr Kristian Niemietz writes for The Telegraph
Kristian said: “One of the main findings from my report is that it is no longer true that young people “grow out” of socialism as they get older, in the way some previous generations did. Socialist ideas are just as popular among people in their early 40s as among people in their late teens, or if anything, slightly more so. This is not a fleeting effect, and it will not go away on its own. The case for capitalism has to be made anew, and won anew”.
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