Some label our Western Society “authoritarian,” others call it “permissive.” But however we see it, we know that change is the commonplace sign of the times. Institutions which once seemed to serve us adequately, if not nobly, are being revised and even dismantled before our eyes. People in their forties and fifties and sixties, most of whom were reared in relatively stable surroundings and nursed by standards which seemed imperishable, have managed to survive one way or another through most of the crumbling. Some are weathering the storm reasonably well. Some are adapting half-heartedly, hoping against hope that all things work in cycles and that stability will return. Some are “swinging” to recapture a lost youth in order “to keep…
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