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Tuesday August 22nd, 2017 2:40PM

LISTEN: Is Communism catching with America's youth?

By Bill and Joel

Communism continues to be a failed ideology yet America's youth seem to slowly be warming to the idea. Roger Ream, president of The Fund for American Studies discusses this issue including the findings of a recent survey that found high support for communism among millennials.

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LISTEN: Is Communism catching with America's youth?
Communism continues to be a failed ideology yet America's youth seem to slowly be warming to the idea. Roger Ream, president of The Fund for American Studies discusses this issue including the findings of a recent survey that found high support for communism among millennials.
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