Truth, justice, and the American way” is a phrase one heard a lot when I was growing up, and as the years pass, it sounds more and more incredible and darkly comic. Despite my long-held reservations, though, for many years of adulthood I thought “fake it till my kids, at least, can make it,” was an okay strategy with respect to Truth and Justice, and maybe even the American Way. A risky strategy, sure, but what isn’t? After all, they now live in an America where anybody who would like to can get married, and today’s young adults are far wiser and better educated and informed, less materialist and more mindful than we were at their age in the 1980s, or so it seems to me. They are making meaningful attempts to create fairer, more egalitarian workplaces and political systems. They have all kinds of wild ideas! Every day I see young people trying so hard to be good to one another. Their high school history textbook was written by Howard Zinn, who at least didn’t think the Pilgrims were having a simply adorable turkey feast with the Red Man, which is what I was taught. These are some miraculous things that happened in my lifetime, and I believe they came about partly as the result in having faith in the possibility of a better future. You need to have that faith to raise children in a troubled world.
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