Culture 8 July 2010 Arnold Schwarzenegger hates socialism ...but he loves Milton Friedman. Print HTML Much excitement from our senior editor's corner of the office at the forthcoming action flick The Expendables. Fine -- although he might not agree with the politics of the film's co-star, Arnold Schwarzenegger. I came from a socialistic country where the government controls the economy. It's a place where you can hear 18-year-old kids talking about their pension. But me, I wanted more. I wanted to be the best. Individualism like that is incompatible with socialism. So I felt I had to come to America. › Anglicans obsess about gay bishops -- yet again Daniel Trilling is the Editor of New Humanist magazine. He was formerly an Assistant Editor at the New Statesman. Subscribe More Related articles SRSLY #57: The Summer Movies Special Master of chaos: the genius of Gene Wilder (1933-2016) Pedro Almodóvar: "I do wake up and feel that the world is coming to an end"