Category Archives: Individualism

America is More Socialist than You Might Think

Written by Oscar Rodriguez Growing up in socialist Cuba, we were often reminded how fortunate we were to be living in a socialist country where people were taken care of by the government and where every citizen has access to … Continue reading

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Communitarianism in an Individualistic Nation

Written by Ethan Anderson The United States is known as a place of promise, a place where people can come from nothing and achieve greatness. The “American Dream” is something that people have been chasing for centuries. It exemplifies the … Continue reading

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Your Individualism is Sexist-Not Heroic

Written by LG Classic individualist thinkers, i.e. Ayn Rand and Ralph Waldo Emerson, were pioneers in constructing political thought that is still existent in contemporary social and political life. The vehemently held beliefs amongst individualist, both of the past and … Continue reading

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Individualism & Civic Republicanism: A Tribal Perspective

Written by Samuel Clark As a Yup’ik (Inuit) man, I was raised in what many would consider a unique upbringing that has influenced the way I view the relationship between individualism and civic republicanism. Tribal cultures, particularly Native American cultures have a … Continue reading

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