by Robert McHenry
American Enterprise Institute
September 03, 2014
Above all, we learn to be skeptical of grand visions and their visionaries, of the mad calls for revolution based on some library work, of the bald assertions of truth backed by a warm baritone voice and no evidence. We practice what has been called a “genial skepticism,” the product of the calm and conservative and sane mind.

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