Socialism in America

The USA’s Civil era Federal Acts of 1862 and their precedent were about regionalized capacities like CT medicine and insurance, WI and CA dairy, TX Beef, and FL and CA citrus, etcetera. The antithetical regionalism typification of self sufficiency is known as confederation.

Relegation by said theory of federalism to exclusive valuation of primary industry productivity is resultant; in the context of economically valueless intellectual property abstractions relative to the dominant professions and their academia construct.

Who would pay for other than a local primary industry’s exclusively validated intellectual property? What of all other professions and their valuelessness? Who cares about “those people” anyway… unless they labor for the elite class? What causes a socialist populace in places with a singular focus on exclusive thought? Is this impetus causal of a significant and incremental devaluation in secondary and tertiary activities and otherwise productive ideations which might have yielded productivity and betterment to society had the continuum of US history not placed emphasis on Federal Law? What is the Marxist “one low laboring proletarian utopia”, anyway? Aren’t radical socialist revolutionaries like Marx historically about an abandoned and disgruntled under class beneath the Tzar? Will abolition as a function of skin pigmentation create a new reality of slavery or is the master an isolationist tzar in a federal globalism context of higher powers?

Finally, is it perhaps “trickle down economics” when potentially valued intellect can only garden and serve for the owners and intellectuals of the privileged idea and it’s infrastructure?

I am a sort of gardener, carpenter and cartographer. I have a brain injury. I can not labor. Who would pay me to think? Landscaping simply isn’t Connecticut’s primary industry with Pfizer funded groups like the Forest and Park Association filibustering land use. Will others realize that ideas don’t pay?