10 Socialist Policies Implemented In The United States

4. Farm Subsidies

In one of its most meddlesome market practices, the government provides farmers with extra government money if the state deems that those crops could not thrive in a market economy. This policy protects producers from competitors foreign and domestic, propping up corporate interests and passing the costs on to the American taxpayer. Subsidies also are a way in which government takes ownership over industry, allowing bureaucrats, rather than consumers, to make the decisions on which companies thrive in the marketplace.

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