How do liberals defend their beliefs from socialists and communists?

Kaazsz
A liberal is very close to a conservative. Both believe in a regulated market capitalism. But, for example, in philosophy there is FAR more writing and philosophical justification for socialism and communism than there is for capitalism. In fact there is so little writing and defense of capitalism in learned institutions that you should probably easily carry all the philosophical works on it in one hand.

But there is mountains of reading one could do about socialism and communism. And many college kids are learning this stuff and believing that we need to dismantle capitalism entirely, that liberty and freedom are actually the opposite of liberty and freedom.

If you haven't already experienced it, you will soon, the phenomenon of being labeled a bad person for your beliefs. Liberals already do this to conservatives. But leftists (socialists/communists) already do this to liberals all the time. If you believe that capitalism should exist, you are a bad person. If you disagree with socialism and communism, you are a bad person.

What will liberals do when leftists become such a large group that they must be contended with? How will you attempt to defend freedom and liberty? Or will you move further left and denounce freedom and liberty and capitalism?
How do liberals defend their beliefs from socialists and communists?
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