A New Set of Values

A crisis tends to focus the mind. It tends to point to weaknesses in value systems, as-well-as societies. In the United States, we are witnessing this at a frightening speed. This is now happening among neighbors and family. For example, how many of you are calling relatives more often? How about checking on neighbors? (Watch for those six feet in between.) have you called a friend you have not in decades? Maybe, donate or volunteer to keep others fed.

Even at a policy level what was unacceptable even forty days ago, is now the norm. We are talking of essentially universal basic income. This is…

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Nadin Brzezinski

Historian by training. Former day to day reporter. Sometimes a geek who enjoys a good miniatures game. You can find me at CounterSocial, Mastodon and rarely FB