#10. After Virtue

We live After Virtue? Who knew?


This was another excellent book that explained a lot about the scrambling of what passes for “morality” in the United States.

For some strange reason, “morality” had become synonymous with “political correctness.” It had almost become “sinful” to invest in the preservation of your own community, your own culture, your own ethnic group, your extended family which is your race.

Isn’t it obvious that “morality” was always something different? Conscience? Virtuous behavior? That was “xenophobia” and “racism” and “nativism.”

Such was BRA.

Who knew?

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