The Paradox of Capitalism and the Paradox of Socialism

Bucharest cooking oil line

Choices were extremely limited in the communist countries of the Soviet Union. In the photo above, people wait in line to purchase cooking oil in Romania, Bucharest. Compare this with the photo below of Whole Foods, a natural foods market in America, where customers have a seemingly endless array of options.

Choices were extremely limited in the communist countries of the Soviet Union. In the photo above, people wait in line to purchase cooking oil in Romania, Bucharest. Compare this with the photo below of Whole Foods, a natural foods market in America, where customers have a seemingly endless array of options.

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