The Classicist: The Collective Accused

Victor Davis Hanson with Jack Fowler analyze the critics of Condeleezza Rice, recent obsession with “whiteness,” hostile nations who hide behind accusation of US “racism” as they do worse, and the failure of universities to educate. Victor concludes with a story about his early childhood opportunity at a Martin Luther King speech.

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2 thoughts on “The Classicist: The Collective Accused”

  1. In response to Victor’s “be the best at your job”: “ Have you seen a man
    skillful at his work? He will stand before kings; He will not stand before
    common men”. Proverbs 22:29
    If only we could teach this in Preschool & beyond.

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