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East Vs. West

June 2024
1min read

Despite Victor Davis Hanson’s arguments, all our might has not stopped fascism—or any other maladies of the spirit that plague the world and have given us the God-awful litany of carnage he describes in this monumentally depressing article. Its dismissive tone about the peace movement—the use of a couple of Hollywood characters to make the point—suggests there have been no epic struggles for peace. Yet the only answer is peace: peace, humanitarianism, sharing, negotiation. Down Hanson’s road is nothing.

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