During his anti-war days (I’m referring to the Vietnam war, not the subsequent ones he has opposed to one extent or another) John Kerry was fond of asking how our government could ask someone to be the last man to die for a mistake. The Currency Lad hopes that this week the American people will ask John Kerry to be the last man to “die” for a mistake. The mistake in question is the 1960s or, more specifically, “the fraudulent hybrid of moral relativism and civilisational self-loathing ignited in that era.”
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