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The End of the Reagan Era?

Michael160 Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 10:39 PM
Reactionary eras cannot last. They arise in reaction to a period of progressive development, such as the 60s and 70s were, driven by the fear that so muich changes causes in much of the population, and last as long as the fear lasts. Eventually the fear dies off along with the largely older people in which it existed, and the progressive movement resumes. But never fear, the cycle should repeat again soon, although given the very minor progress being made since the 90s, as comapred to what happened in the 60s, the raction will also be less powerful.
Blind Avocado Wrote: Jan 23, 2013 12:09 AM
Stupid leftie confusing fear with wisdom. Conservatives were, and still are, reacting to the sweeping rejection of wisdom that ushered in the age of stupidity in the '60s that is still affecting us today.
James____Tx Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 11:03 PM
Simple fact is you have inverted the population sample who represent your "reactionary eras"

Editor’s note: A longer version of this article first appeared at American Spectator.

With Barack Obama’s second inauguration, liberals are touting an altogether new epoch: the end of the Reagan era.

Unfortunately, I believe they are largely correct. We are witnessing a period of left-wing ascendance, marked by gay marriage, forced taxpayer funding of abortion, an exploding government class, and