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In the world of politics, people never learn, and they repeat the same species of mistakes in a perpetual cycle.
That so many intellectuals talk about the state as if it were a sort of garden-party amusement, rather than the cold, merciless killing and plundering machine that it really is, now puzzles me.
In sum, behind virtually every government claim, proposal, program, or project, we find a misuse of language.
“The personal is political” is a slogan that has a nice ring. But it's a philosophy that carries consequences.
American maternalism extends deeply into social and political life, and its march shows no sign of losing momentum.
Meanwhile the politicians and their cronies who dominate the system smile all the way to the bank.
If the worthwhile parts of the U.S. universities are to continue to thrive, or even to survive as serious endeavors, it would seem that a parting of the ways must come.
People would be well advised to stop using the word 'insurance' to talk about what amounts to prepaid care for one and all.
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