A few years ago, C.W. Strand published a long, three-part essay on Tradinista, a now-defunct website “devoted to a synthesis of Marxis[m] and traditional Roman Catholicis[m].” The essay seeks, in its own words, to explore “the possibility and nature of Catholic socialism.” The first two parts largely consist of a systematic redefining of “socialism” — an attempt […]
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