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… is from page 5 of Alan Macfarlane’s vital 1978 book, The Origins of English Individualism: [A] central and basic feature of English social structure has for a long time been the stress on the rights and privileges of the individual as against the wider group or the State. DBx: I fear that the English, made hysterical by Covid Derangement Syndrome, abandoned this central feature of their social structure in 2020. Indescribably sad. Immeasurably tragic. Comments

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… is from page 5 of Alan Macfarlane’s vital 1978 book, The Origins of English Individualism:

Quotation of the Day…[A] central and basic feature of English social structure has for a long time been the stress on the rights and privileges of the individual as against the wider group or the State.

DBx: I fear that the English, made hysterical by Covid Derangement Syndrome, abandoned this central feature of their social structure in 2020. Indescribably sad. Immeasurably tragic.

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He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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