In 1987 Allen Bloom predicted the gender wars. People laughed. Nobody laughs now. Bloom's insights provide a starting point on the long road to finding solutions.
Summary: Here is another brief note looking at the revolutions of our time that are reshaping our world. This looks at gender roles, changes that will take generations to work out and with implications probably beyond imagining. Two of the utopian goals of the late 1960s are within reach, but their success is not fully … Continue reading The collapse of gender roles: an unseen revolution with unimaginable consequences
Summary: Moderates and liberals look with incredulity at the rise of far-right candidates to leadership of the Republican Party, both in the House and in the presidential campaign. How can this happen? The answer is seen in the news, as people look at the Left and choose what they consider the lesser evil on the … Continue reading Look to the Left to see the force powering Trump and Carson
Summary: Today we start a new series about one of the most profound revolutions ever to hit western society -- the change in gender roles. The conclusions of the series are, like so many on the FM website, wildly non-consensus -- and disturbing to most readers. This is the warm-up pitch. I updated my list … Continue reading The revolution in gender roles reshapes society in ways too disturbing to see
Summary: Listen to our music for evidence that the steam has gone from America's engines of reform. The Sixties were the last great age of reform. It two major themes, the civil rights movement (a historic success) and the anti-war movement (a partial success), were partially powered by popular and vital music. What do we … Continue reading The third step to reforming America, with music