It will not destroy identity politics, but it does help, even to a small degree, protect the good of the community. After all, any host community forces newcomers to observe its customs, including language, to protect its culture from being eroded.
What exactly does it mean to be a Southerner in the 21st Century? Is it spending countless hours finding out who your Confederate ancestor is and joining up with the local Sons of Confederate Veterans?… »
Tom Wolfe, human dignity, and “the right stuff” by Titus Techera
A consideration of The Right Stuff is an especially fitting way to remember Wolfe: it is a portrayal of Stoic manliness, reasserting human dignity in the face of political crises and technological changes.
Secularism gets the blame, but how about the infiltration of heresy (like liberalism and feminism) into the Church? No mention of how the Church has become feminized and men have been emasculated, while any sense of community has been destroyed from without but also from within.