We all are responsible for healing our country


In South Korea, people say that former president Moon's administration is largely responsible for dividing the nation into two. – Agencies

THE defeat of Donald Trump to Joseph Biden in the last US presidential election brought celebration and relief for half of the American people, but frustration and fury for the other half. At that time, the United States was sharply divided by two groups that were constantly blaming each other. For example, the Democrats blamed Trump for the division of America, but the Republicans asserted that Bill Clinton and Barack Obama were responsible.

Perhaps both sides had a point. During the Clinton era, campaigners for “political correctness” had such moral influence in American society that Time Magazine dubbed them the “thought police.” People had to be very careful not to say or do anything that might be deemed politically incorrect. Professors who said things about minorities that could be interpreted as offensive were summarily expelled from universities, while ethnic studies programs proliferated in universities, as if to cover their tracks.

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