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Pat Buchanan: Is America Disintegrating?

22 Oct

By Patrick J. Buchanan

In Federalist 2, John Jay looks out at a nation of a common blood, faith, , history, customs and culture.

“Providence,” he writes, “has been pleased to give this one connected country to one united people — a people descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same , professing the same … very similar in their manners and customs …”

Are we still that “one united people” today? Or has America become what Klemens von Metternich called Italy: “a mere geographical expression”?

In “Suicide of a Superpower,” out this week, I argue that the America we grew up in is disintegrating, breaking apart along the fault lines of politics, race, ethnicity, culture and faith; that the centrifugal forces in society have now become the dominant forces.  [read more]

h/t:  The Political Cesspool

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