Many in the western world believe society is progressive; that is, each generation improves upon the previous one. While this outlook may apply to medicine and dessert, we’re not convinced it applies to politics. For example, look at All the King’s Men (1949), a gritty, unvarnished film about political corruption and the ensuing casualties. Broderick […]
via The Cynic’s Guide to Politics — Silver Screenings
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