In a message dated 12/5/00 9:40:42 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>I think that there are large differences in value at play here, and
>think the prospects of a moral revolution in the libertarian direction
>anytime soon to be small, and similar in magnitude to prospects of
>moral revolutions in opposite directions.
The possibility of a "christian moral revolution" in the US is very real.
Fundamentalists are 30-40% of the population, growing, a majority in
some areas, and could reasonably take control of the national
government, as they largely control the Republicans. It's happened
twice before in the US. A "hindu moral revolution" has basically
taken over India recently. A libertarian moral revolution is IMO
also quite possible but it's far from realization, unlike these
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