'Specifically, the young'uns seem to assume ...'
takes on the netroot 'whippersnappers,' who obviously have their own problems with deviators
. But Mickey loses me when he says aging baby-boomer neolibs are merely being consistent with their youthful '60s principles. Mickey supporting the values of Tom Hayden
and the Port Huron Statement
? There must be sarcasm in there that I'm missing. ... Forgive me. I'm not overly familiar with the left-on-left battles of the '60s. I came of age during the '70s, when many of the 'problems of liberal orthodoxy became glaringly obvious' indeed. But didn't Port Huron out lefty the orthodox liberalism of JFK and LBJ? ... FYI: Though at opposite ends of the political spectrum, the Port Huron Statement and 'Wealth of Nations' do share one thing in common: They're both unreadable.