Monthly Archives: February 2012

Family Values 2: Hierarchy

As described in the last message, most families operate much of the time on the communist principle of “from each according to their ability, to each according to their need.” Coming from a place of love and mutual support, family … Continue reading

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Family Values 1: Communism

In a 1998 Harris survey, family values were defined as “loving, taking care of, and supporting each other” by 52% of women and 42% of men. These ideas have nothing to do with markets or money. They also have nothing … Continue reading

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