PoliticsPOLITICAL PHILOSOPHY--determine your philosophy
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A SelectSmart.com Selector
By Thomas Smitherman
Please take this quiz to find your political philosophy according to classical, consistent definitions. Collectivist, liberal, new left and new right.
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This SelectSmart.com selector, a free online personality quiz, is a creation of Thomas Smitherman and for amusement purposes only. The implicit and explicit opinions expressed here are the author's. SelectSmart.com does not necessarily agree.
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1. Major industries and utilities should be owned by the government OR by workers' co-operatives, not by private individuals.
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2. Education is a fundamental right (or necessary privilege) and should be provided to all by society.
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3. Health care is a need that society must provide to all its members.
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4. It is necessary that the government (or collective) ensure that all who need work, have it.
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5. High protective barriers and an employment-centered trade policy are superior to a consumer-centered free trade policy.
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6. There is one correct moral standard and society should preach this over individual choice.
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7. Religion and State are inseparable
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8. Immigration should be limited by border control and a planned population policy.
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9. Censorship is justifiable to fight decadence and retain cultural order.
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10. Security is a right that precedes civil liberties
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11. Crime is mostly the fault of society.
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12. Democracy (i.e., majority rule) is an inefficient, tyrannical, and hedonistic form of government.
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13. Strong central governments and a single leader are preferable to decentralised power structures.
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14. People are naturally equal, only society makes them unequal.
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15. People may be unequal in ability, but it is immoral for them to be unequal economically.
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16. People should be equal before the law and free to pursue their own inequality in civil society.
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17. Inequality is natural and must be preserved and controlled.
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18. A strong and active military is necessary and moral for any nation.
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19. Spirituality is more important than scientific understanding.
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20. Material self-interest ("enlightened" or not) is inherently evil. Actions are only moral if they are good in themselves.
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21. Constitutional republics (and their rule of law) are inherently injust and instruments of class domination.
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22. Labour and capital should work together to plan the economy.
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23. Regardless of material outcome, the Soviet economic structure was more moral than America's.
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24. Nationalism is cool.
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