"The whole point of the liberal revolution that gave rise to the 1960’s was to free us from somebody else’s dogma, but now the same people…are striving to impose on others a secularized religion…disguising it behind innocuous labels like ‘diversity training’ and ‘respect for difference.’"
Dictatorship of Virtue, 1994
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beautiful by every point of view i like
 -- Anonymous     
    and more labels like, open minded, freedom of choice, change, progression, right to a free lunch, civil vs. inalienable, democracy vs. representative republic, a living constitution, etc.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
    it' a deception of freedom; in the long run it is a harmful mentality
     -- paul, floriana, malta     
    Why don't be explicit about how you have felt pressured to yield on open racist beliefs. I would encourage you to stand up and demand to right to hold your beliefs openly and freely. Do not back away and allow social pressure to get in the way of your honest beliefs! Stand your ground and be explicit where stand. Demand freedom and do not just allow elected and un-elected tell you what should think. Speak out now!
     -- Willard E. Bolinger, Ft. Dodge, Iowa     
    I can'tmprove on what Mike said.
     -- jim k, austin     
    The people of the 60's revolution have created the new 'ism's' - classism and faithism. By their action, these discriminitory practices are not only legal, they SHOULD be practiced. GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!
     -- RDensic, Rossford, Ohio     
     -- Anonymous, Reston, VA      
     -- Michelle, Chippewa Falls     
    I can understand that coming from a religious person - a naive statement. Happy Holidays
     -- RBESRQ     
    I like the America that we have made during and since the '60's based on the so-called "liberal revolution". It is just Americans responding to their better angels. I would not want to go back to segregation. Minority unemployment 3 or 4 times higher that the rest etcetera, polluted water, and air, and environmental degredation. Diversity training and respect for difference has been with us since 1776 when the founders recognized the need to protect it by enacting the Bill of Rights. The liberals simply reinforced and built upon the founders principals.
     -- Waffler, Smith, Arkansas     
    To a certain extent.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
     -- warren, olathe      
    I was trying to explain this to a friend the other day but couldn't get my point across. This quote put it into the perfect words.
     -- Jim, Redding     
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