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    Political Correctness, or Why the Fifties Were Better

    Most Americans look back on the 1950s as a good time. Our homes were safe, to the point where many people did not bother to lock their doors. Public schools were generally excellent, and their problems were things like talking in class and running in the halls ... Were they able, our 1950s family would head back to the 1950s as fast as they could, with a gripping horror story to tell. Their story would be of a nation that had decayed and degenerated at a fantastic pace, moving in less than a half a century from the greatest country on earth to a Third World nation, overrun by crime, noise, drugs and dirt. The fall of Rome was graceful by comparison.
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    While obviously not alive at the time to experience the 1950's myself......my parents have often told me of what a great time it was to be alive in the 1950's, and how the culture and the nation seemed to be driven by a higher calling of unity, and even if you differed with someone politically...that was ok because ultimately everyone was driven by a spiritual form of nationalism that unified all under the banner of being American. The often site the mid 1960's, and the influence of Marxist ideology emmanating from the universities as the turning point in civility, and the rapid start of national degradation in America.
    Bah! Enough of the squalor of democratic humanity. It is time to begin to recognise the aristocracy of the sun. The children of the sun shall be lords on the earth.
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    I have heard it said that Lyndon Johnson was a big part of the turnover for America, but that was before my time.
    Immigration Act of 1965

    In 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed a bill that has dramatically changed the method by which immigrants are admitted to America. This bill is the Immigration Act of 1965. This act, also known as the Hart-Cellar Act [1], not only allows more individuals from third world countries to enter the US (including Asians, who have traditionally been hindered from entering America), but also entails a separate quota for refugees.
    http://www.thenagain.info/WebChron/U...rationAct.html

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