“The Soul Of Man Under Socialism” by Oscar Wilde

People Worth Hearing In the first People Worth Hearing I present Oscar Wilde’s The Soul Of Man Under Socialism. It neatly addresses all of the criticisms that people have now about socialism long before communist regimes had made people have those criticisms. Further, it looks at the true nature of what it is to be human and what it is to be a society. If you have any suggestions for future People Worth Hearing then please do let me know (ideally people who have been dead for 70 years so their work is public domain)

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