Gerson: Defrauding the country’s bad. WASHINGTON — In that part of the presidential industry that will not see self-government being a phase for self-promotion

Gerson: Defrauding the country’s bad. WASHINGTON — In that part of the presidential industry that will not see self-government being a phase for self-promotion

WASHINGTON — In that part of the presidential industry that will not see self-government as a phase for self-promotion, prejudice and blithering lack of knowledge, one of the most encouraging trends is an ever-increasing severity in regards to the problem of poverty.

Occasions in Ferguson and Baltimore have actually concentrated the general public brain, just like the consequential book of Robert Putnam’s “Our children” has offered to see and deepen the insurance policy debate. The real question is posed: Can America carry on because it was with a good percentage of its working course very nearly completely separated from the vow of y our nation?

It’s a “yes” or “no” question. A “yes” involves the acceptance of the rigid, self-perpetuating course system in a country with democratic and egalitarian pretentions — a system upheld and enforced by heavy-handed policing, routine incarceration, and social and academic segregation. Continue reading “Gerson: Defrauding the country’s bad. WASHINGTON — In that part of the presidential industry that will not see self-government being a phase for self-promotion”