we need to acknowledge that many of the additional "free market reforms" that your friends advocate for bring us much much closer to functional slavery
Functional slavery would more correctly be the debt shackles imposed by Progress.
Some of us are familiar with a time in history when there was such a thing as "debtor's prison" (as more than just the metaphorical institution we have today). Looking at the power that large corporations exert over the federal government today (exhibit A being HIIBA 2010, though it is not really a surprise coup at all), we are only a hair away from not only a return to debtor's prison but a new kind of debtor's prison where the debt holders are themselves the prison wardens. Couple that with for-profit law enforcement and judiciary and we have slavery, just with a new name and a shiny happy GOP endorsement.
Has it occurred to you that differing sets of priorities for "liberties" is not automatically a bad thing? Not everyone thinks that your notion of "freedom" - as applied to the market before the individual - is the most important.
Adolf certainly did not.
I'm not sure which Adolf you're referring to, here. It is worth noting here that the ones conscripting armies are not the socialists, though. The ones who have the power over the serfs who do the work are not the socialists, either.