Understanding the History of Socialism

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Constitutional scholar and author Rob Natelson joins Kim to discuss the brutal and horrifying history of Socialism in all of its modern forms.

The horrifying history of Socialism

Constitutional scholar and author Rob Natleson returns to the studio and joins Kim as today’s guest host. Natelson runs the Independence Institute’s Constitutional Studies Center. Last week Natelson and Kim had a conversation on the National Popular Vote and how it is modeled after a system used by third-world countries. Today Natelson and Kim examine the brutal and horrific history of Socialism.

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