Would "traditionalists" Recognize and Affirm what Archbishop Lefebvre said concerning the evils of Communism AND Liberal Capitalism? On the Feast of Christ the King, Let us Work for an Economy Neither Capitalist (Private Monopolies) or Communist (State Monopolies).
From Against the Heresies by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre:
"With the capitalist economic system, which is the fruit of the French Revolution, the same people distilled this poison of this so-called freedom, because behind it --- as the Pope says --- were the secret societies (i.e., the Masons). It was they who broke up every social structure that existed to protect the workers: the corporations, the guilds. All was broke a the time of the Revolution. The worker than found himself standing face to face with his employers; and at the same time unrestricted freedom was granted:"liberal" economy, freedom of trade, freedom of industry. Clearly, those who possessed money profited from the situation to accumulate immense fortunes at the expense of the workers, who found themselves defenseless....They were no longer united by any bond; all the guilds had been broken up and disbanded.
Nonetheless, during the 19th century, it must be recognized that due to the efforts of the Catholic Church, the efforts of Pope Leo XIII and French Catholics like de la Tour du Pin, and in other countries, for example Germany, they tried to restore to the workers some kind of organization in order to defend them against those who defended them against their work and their weakness."
---Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, Against the Heresies (Angelus Press, 1997), pp. 317-318.