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Summary: The Right Side of History by Ben Shapiro

Summary: The Right Side of History by Ben Shapiro By J.R. Zink Summary The Right Side of History by Ben Shapiro We live in a society that protects us from the evils of enslavement murder and torture We have freedom of speech There are no institutional boundaries barring women and minorities from employment We

  • Title: Summary: The Right Side of History by Ben Shapiro
  • Author: J.R. Zink
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  • Page: 386
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  • Summary: The Right Side of History by Ben Shapiro By J.R. Zink We live in a society that protects us from the evils of enslavement, murder and torture We have freedom of speech There are no institutional boundaries barring women and minorities from employment We have the freedom to worship any god or no god, and we are likely to end up richer than we were born The world that we have inherited is the best to have ever existed, and We live in a society that protects us from the evils of enslavement, murder and torture We have freedom of speech There are no institutional boundaries barring women and minorities from employment We have the freedom to worship any god or no god, and we are likely to end up richer than we were born The world that we have inherited is the best to have ever existed, and The Right Side of History seeks to understand how this came about and, importantly, why we are ruining it It s no secret that America is divided so now than at any time in the recent past We have lost faith in our institutions A 2016 poll found that 40 percent of us have lost faith in American democracy Only 27 percent trust banks, 20 percent trust newspapers, 41 percent trust organized religion, 39 percent trust the health care system, 30 percent trust public schools, 18 percent trust big business and 9 percent trust Congress Many have posited reasons for the divide Some claim that income inequality is the cause Yet, we were not so divided during the Great Depression, and all demographics have experienced upward mobility Others claim that racial tensions are the cause However, there is racial equality now than ever before Some say technology is the culprit Yet, political polarization is highest in groups least likely to use social media Still others claim that it is simply human nature to be tribal But how is it that liberalism, science, cap
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