How America's Past Sins Have
Polarized Our Country
Review by Roy Murry, Author
Mr. Steele's raconteuring of the past sins in the USA from the 1960s to the present highlights the culture wars of Liberalism vs. Conservatism, which Liberalism won. Those wars ended with a great divide that continues today.
Referring to the manipulating of Black culture, he states, "This liberalism is invested in an overstatement of America's present sinfulness based on the nation's past sins." These confrontations cannot continue, is my understanding of his discourse.
Mr. Steele tells a few stories to make his case of this hypocrisy of the left's philosophy. One is that of Justice Clarence Thomas, who graduated from Yale Law School. Did the institution treat him as a man or as a 'black man'?
According to Mr. Steele, the Justice's Yale diploma is not on his office wall. You decide after reading the story.
The writing was clear and precise. You don't need a college degree to understand Mr. Steele's thoughts, but you will have to be open-minded to agree or disagree with his treatise.
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