Many critics will agree with some egalitarianism features — see below. Some try to use history against egalitarianism, but no history serves that purpose. Egalitarianism is a unique system, not yet set in stone.
Communism, or socialism, come as close to our system as to egalitarianism. Those systems used private profit motive with its disparity of wealth in an atmosphere of scarcity.
No system has offered equal income for all its citizens. Illogically, some critics use historically corrupt systems as arguable proofs against egalitarianism. They fail to see how collective profit motive can replace private profit motive, without the sacrifice of one’s characteristic individualism. They fail to realize that equal income solves many of the problems they only imagine would exist.
Equal income, with a higher standard of living for 90 percent of our citizens. Honesty in government — all levels. Qualified leaders, selected by qualified committees chosen by the people. People vote on issue affecting them. Instant recall is available to all. Periodic elections for changing government system. A rational environment control. No taxes. No domestic loans, and no domestic, or foreign debt. Full employment with annual vacations. Early, full-pay, retirement.
Best possible economy of scale industries, and state of the art capital property. New and maintained infrastructure . Practically all property crimes eliminated.
Balanced trade. Peaceful diplomacy, and no aggressive wars, nor war profiteering. Free quality health care. Free quality education, at all levels. On-job-training where needed and desired.
Qualified job mobility. Personal choice residence, with commensurate rent.
No private property in land and capital equipment. No wealth inheritance. Reasonable ownership of personal belongings Free access to media. No economic elitism.
And much more.