just ask this simple question>How on earth does Marxist economy theory pose to increase Aggregate Supply?
Watch them as they scratch their heads
the more intelligent ones will know that aggregate supply is the strongest indicator of long term economic prosperity but even they dont have an answer.
The polish socialists were posed a similar questions post-mid century.
Their answer was "we will cross that bridge when we come to it".
They never had answer. Ever.
Heres more on the utopian fallacy> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ocd9I-x1vAI
The only good argument for socialism is a transcendent one - it beats capitalism's inherent materialistic nature here
However, Marxism still is unable to shed its economy-centric world view, and is thus inferior to traditionalist/monarchist and even fascist school of though when talking about transcendence.
For the economic argument >Capitalism>Traditionalism>Marxism
For the transcendent argument>Traditionalism>Marxism>Captialism