Whatever their persuasion [communitarian, Marxist, Christian], all Socialists regarded the opposition of self and society as a false one, reflecting the prevailing ethic of greed and domination. All envisioned an end, really a return to the beginning, in the form either of a perfect community, or the Kingdom of Heaven on earth, or the cooperative commonwealth, each the realization of the promise of America (Fried, 1970, p. 3).
KeywordsSocial Change Blind Variation Sociocultural Evolution Utopian Community Social Change Effort
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