It makes people nervous:
Critics of the 30-year rise in the belief system that holds that economic and social wellbeing originates in as much individualism and free market as possible (along with diminished social, public and state institutions) usually focus on the exterior consequences, ranging from heightened inequality to weakening rates of innovation, investment and productivity. They are right, but there is another less frequently made criticism – what this worldview is doing to our mental lives.
Not just nervous, but anxious.
Well, bring back communism then is what I say. Can’t be having with that, can we, people a little upset at the choices they have.