Nov 26, 2020
In episode 315 of Financially Simple, Justin reflects on the pilgrim settler’s attempt at Socialism and the subsequent establishment of Private Ownership.
William Bradford wrote on the efforts of the first settler’s establishment of a communal system of government, and the hardships and costs it effected before shifting to a more individualistic approach. In this episode, Justin recounts Bradford’s journals, and on how a failed system led to private ownership and personal responsibility, setting the foundations for the modern American way.
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01:02 - What the First Thanksgiving can Teach Us about Socialism
02:02 - Bradford’s Journal
09:29 - Private Ownership & Personal Responsibility
14:54 - Conclusion
16:39 - Wrap Up
Of Plymouth Plantation - William Bradford
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