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The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 17 through 20 Summary

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Chapters 17 through 20 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 17: Puritans

Liberals apply moral equivalency to all people and causes. A bumper sticker with a Christian cross, a star of David and a Muslim crescent and the single word, "Co-Exist," sends a message of peace and solidarity in America but really accomplishes nothing. In Iran, the occupants of such a vehicle would be kidnapped and beheaded. Liberals are obsessed with being politically correct. They do not want to offend. They are much like the Puritans who were expelled from England because their "good acts" were seen as contrived and nauseated everyone.

Chapter 18: The Noble Savage

The Left worships both the tribe and big government. The savage is in tune with nature and was uncorrupted until the white man came along and took his land. Somehow the Liberal believes that only big government can return man to nature, to the paradise he was...

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