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Lions Roar : May 2016
through higher education has become an IOU for thousands of dollars of debt. Working hard earns less of a living. For far too many, the American dream is evaporating. Oh dear, what can the matter be? What to do? Some conclude that the experi- ment in government of the “founding fathers” has patently not worked out, IN THIS ELECTION YEAR of 2016 you may have decided that the country—if not the world—has gone crazy. We have war and mayhem abroad, teetering economies, millions of refugees, and an ever-hotter planet. At home, from sea to shining sea, we have 0.1 percent of the population owning as much wealth as the bottom 90 percent. The diploma earned FROM WHERE I SIT My Hopes, Your Worst Fears Psychoanalyst ROBERT LANGAN traces the current climate of demonization to the three poisons: greed, aversion, and the ignorance of self-righteous certainty. and the best course is to let the system crash and then reboot. Others say let’s work with the government we have and improve it. We fear things becoming worse and hope to make them better. There’s the rub. Our country is in the midst of a polar- ized conflict between hope and fear, with each side’s hope becoming the other CULTURE • LIFE • PRACTICE PETERBAGGE LION’S ROAR | MAY 2016 13