Collectivism vs. Individualism
The issue behind all Issues
By G. Edward Griffin
Collectivists are those who advocate collectivism, the belief that the group is more important than the individual and that individuals must be sacrificed, if necessary, for the greater good of the greater number.
Individualists are those who advocate individualism, the belief that the individual is more important than the group, because the ‘group’ is merely an abstraction and exists only to the extent that individuals exist ‒ and that the defense of individual rights is the greater good of the greater number.
To learn more about this conflict between collectivism and individualism, read The Chasm (48 pages).
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