4 October 1996 PERHAPS NOTHING SYMBOLIZES THE AP-peal of socialism better than the slogan "to each, according to his need." For all of its problems, Soviet-type socialism was rich in its promise of equality and social leveling. Of course, some of that equality was, in practice, illusory. The special stores, limousines, and dachas of the […]

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