Julia would be helpless without government. She would go through life dependent upon her family, her friends, her neighbors and her own dedicated effort to success. But she doesn't need that. She has government and government enables her very life. Somehow the magical actions of a single individual over just three short years have converted the bleak existence of this woman in an oppressive country into a glorious life.
The Life of Julia
Where does this largess come from? How is it paid for? It doesn't matter, does it? It is good and wonderful.
And it will all disappear if we should revert to free enterprise and capitalism. Can we afford to let that happen? Well, maybe "afford" is a bad choice of words.
Frankly, Julia seems a bit pathetic to me. But I'm conservative.