There was once a country with a dream of epic proportions. As one of that country’s many bright writers put it in 1931
the dream was about living in a land “of social order in which each man and each woman shall be able to attain to the fullest stature of which they are innately capable.”
Well, it happened for three interrelated reasons: poor individual life prospects, imperiled majority group status and a yearning for bold, aggressive leadership.
In today’s America, the predominant emotion among the majority of its citizens is dissatisfaction with not getting what they deserve
fear of the mixture brewing in America’s melting pot and anger with established politicians who offer hope rather than decent jobs to make the American people upwardly mobile again.