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Topic - John Horvat Ii
Frenetic intemperance has become "unsustainable," Mr. Horvat says.
Mr. Horvat, who heads the Tradition, Family and Property Commission for American Studies, says, "We do not think it is caused by our vibrant system of private property and free enterprise as so many socialists are wont to claim ... . Far from promoting a free market, frenetic intemperance undermines and throws it out of balance and even prepares the way for socialism."