Is A Second Civil War Inevitable?
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Is a second American Civil War inevitable? Are we already in one? Where will it lead and will it result in a complete transformation of our republic and the lives of each and every American today?
Many would argue – rather convincingly, in fact — that the United States has been engaged in a cold Civil War for several decades, perhaps since the last 1960s and the so-called “Revolution of 1968” which seemed to mimic the European revolutionary uprisings 120 years earlier which targeted the historic monarchies of the Old World and the conservative autocracies that reigned throughout the continent. In 1968, we saw cultural upheavals directed against both conservative regimes like DeGaulle’s in France and communist dictatorships in Czechoslovakia to democratic governments in the United States and Mexico. In most cases, these uprisings were spearheaded by the nihilistic and anarchistic student movements of the day that sought to collapse the old order based on religion, tradition, private property, and authority. The antics of BLM and Antifa today are merely throwbacks to the turmoil unleashed by groups like the Students for a Democratic Society, the Weather Underground, and the Black Panthers at that time.
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