What I indicated was the authoritarianisn that will immediately result from the implementation of these programs.
Public schools are a good example. They were founded in this country as an expression of local and community desires and control. That created high levels of parental involvement and generally more accountability and better performance. Now, with their increasing politicization by Federal and state administrators and with the union control that unfortunately goes with such government enterprises, they have become self-serving bureaucracies with little regard for the communities they ostensibly serve and whose only response to criticism for their output or performance is a request for more money.
Implementation of Medicare for all will make nearly all of the medical establishment, doctors, nurses, laboratories and hospitals, in effect employees of the government, and, as a result destroy client patient relationships and the constructive feedback it fosters. (He who pays the bills generally makes the rules, and our Federal government certainly behaves that way.) None of the left wing advocates appears to consider the effects of their Program on this medical establishment, and how it will likely react to the changes. One predictable effect is the consolidation of hospitals and medical practices with the attendant reduction in competition and the beneficial incentives it creates. Another is an equally predictable decrease in the supply of services , as the brightest people leave the sector and the bureaucracy fosters consolidation to simplify its work, and the supply of such serviced inevitably decreases as a result. Some of this has already occurred as a result of Obamacare, but Medicare for all will dwarf its destructive side effects.
Similar side effects will also affect the college tuition programs being advanced. No one seems to connect the creation of government subsidized college tuition loans with the 8%-10% annual rises in University tuition that immediately followed it and continues today. This result shouldn't surprise anyone, in that pumping cheap subsidized government capitol into a fixed market can result only in increased prices. The same thing happened in the years approaching the 2007 crash of the real estate market bubble, which was created by excess (some politically forced) lending by government controlled corporations (Fannie Mae & Freddy Mac as they were known). The irony here is that these excesses victimize principally those who the programs were designed to benefit (low income property owners whose mortgages were foreclosed and college graduates emerging to adulthood with enormous debt on their backs.
If all that isn't authoritarianism in your eyes than you need to think harder.