For the five or six years this blog has existed I have strongly lamented the demise of posterity in our societies, our economies and our politics. In an era in which any perceived fetter on maximized production and maximized consumption was denounced as heretical, posterity was irrelevant, valueless or worse.
Rejecting posterity has come at . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Chanelling the Spirit of Posterity, Long Dead