The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture - Chapters 29 through 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29 through 32 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 29: The Family

The family is the single-most important unit for transmitting cultural information. As such, the information passed down through the generations is not based on reason necessarily, rather; it is based on family experience and customs. Established laws are often representations of unwritten rules which families and society live by. Liberal universities mislead students by teaching them that society is susceptible to reason and that traditions such as marriage and patriotism stand in the way of the individual's abilities and creativity and thus, they will not be able to help make the world perfect.

Chapter 30: Naturally Evolved Institutions

Just like the referee in a child's sports game, a judge must ensure that the rules have been obeyed. However, Liberals want to "fix" the game out of sentiment and compassion. They want to make the playground fair by...

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