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Does capitalism—in its need for efficient, low-paying, and universal labor—have a vested interest in family weakness?…
This is a very disturbing book, concluding that "America will one day be 'one with Nineveh and Tyre,'" and that the general principles of conservatism will only reappear "when circumstances favorable to civilization return."
When one is asked about the future in the context Chronicles has set, the obvious response is to talk in political terms. But conservatism is not a political phenomenon.
My first reaction to reading this book is, what has all the controversy been about? Patterns is an empirical study of corporate giving to public interest—as opposed to traditional health and welfare—charities.
A roundtable debate on immigration.
Draconian punishments for minor acts and politicized prosecutors have brought faith in the justice system crashing down.
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