Talk:North American Phalanx

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New category...?[edit]

Pretty scary stuff. However, communism has always been out there trying to make inroads into America, I wonder if we should have a category American Communism?

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In a word, no, Fouier's ideas were communisitic, but were certainly disapproved by Marx. Fouerism wasn't scary because it was a voluntary scheme, unlike communism. --V. Joe 23:02, 14 May 2006 (UTC)