An Empire Needs a Good Crisis

Posted On Jan 14, 2021 By Addison Wiggin

Franklin Roosevelt’s plan for Social Security was a massive rethinking of the state, in the sense that the new system was much more than a simple safety net. It bound ordinary citizens to the federal government in a way that had not been imagined by the Founding Fathers. People came to rely on the state for their daily bread, and to take a much keener interest in the state itself. Traditional virtues — thrift, independence, self-reliance — were replaced with new virtues: political activism and gaming the system.

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