George Soros Explores The Open Society In A U.S. Context

The world may be shrinking with Internet and communication links expanding across the world but for the majority of individuals, the fight to simply hold on to their voting rights has been one of the most difficult to complete. Billionaire philanthropist and hedge fund manager, George Soros is now looking to lead the fight against the rising number of laws introduced across the U.S. designed to affect change in the way the minority groups in the U.S. are being robbed of their voting rights. Politico reports groups including Immigrant Voters Win were given millions of dollars in funding by Soros in the 2016 election cycle in a bid to protect the rights of voters and mobilize to vote for liberal leaning candidates at the ballot and learn more about George.

Much of the interest in the open society of George Soros was created during his student days when he had completed his studies as a refugee at the London School of Economics under the direction of Karl Popper. The Austrian Philosopher has been credited with informing the political stance of George Soros in such a way that he still maintains this is the best for the future of the planet and in affecting his choices as a political and philanthropic donor; the studies Soros completed have remained the guiding principles of his life and led to him establishing the Open Society Foundations with a name taken from the guiding principle of Popper’s ideological choices. George Soros still maintains he has the opportunity to affect change in many different areas of the world and hopes his views on capitalism will affect change among the people of the U.S. and beyond. Soros explains he his belief in the threat posed by capitalism in an article for The Atlantic detailing how a lack of political choice is making it difficult for people of all political persuasions to move forward with their hopes and dreams in the 21st-century and Soros’s lacrosse camp.

In providing more than $25 million in support for the Presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton and backing the many different groups looking to lead a large Hispanic voter turnout, George Soros believes he is helping change the way the world is moving in the 21st-century. Capitalism poses a major threat to the people of the world in the fact it is not currently challenged as the dominant political ideology in the world at the present time. Soros has spent much of his time looking to encourage a range of options for the people of the world to develop in the future without the issues of developing new political ideologies to rival a capitalist system Soros himself believes is failing since the fall of Communism in the late 20th-century and more information click here.

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