Cheers, but just two of them, for this special issue of National Review on the defense of America’s heritage and heroes.
Following the murder of George Floyd on May 25, it was inevitable that a strong reaction would take place. All elements of American society joined in condemnation, from the president, to members of Congress, to the black leadership, to the population at large. Protests ensued, directed first at the police and then at targets indifferently charged with a measure of blame, from the federal government, to the nation’s historical legacy, to the newly minted abstraction of “systemic racism.” Dismissing the plea …
This article appears as “The Closing of the American Mind ” in the July 27, 2020, print edition of National Review.
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