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Progressives And Bitcoin Are Not Opposed

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It’s time to set the document straight. Too many who write or hold forth about Bitcoin have no idea what progressivism means within the political realm of American politics — taking a look at you Daniel Kuhn. In actuality, many concepts amongst progressives and the left, are wholly aligned with Bitcoin’s mission.

“Progressive” is de facto an umbrella time period that lumps collectively many left-leaning political ideologies underneath a set of calls for that we deem to be inalienable rights of any human. These are training, healthcare, a dwelling wage and housing. It’s true that progressives do put calls for on the federal government to guard and nurture these allegedly inalienable rights. Nonetheless, you shouldn’t consider that progressives and the left are defenders of the state just because they demand higher of it.

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