An article from Captain Capitalism: The days we didn’t obsess about race.

By Aaron Clarey

The Days We Didn’t Always Obsess About Race


Allow me to tell you about the 80’s.

It was a magical time.  It was a wonderful time.  And perhaps it seemed so wonderful if you were unfortunate enough to have lived through the 70’s.  But whether you had that comparison or not, it really didn’t matter.  The economy was booming, we had a president you knew loved Americans and had their best interests at heart.  The world’s largest evil (Soviet communism) was reforming itself out of necessity as it was failing.  And though it is certainly up for debate, Americans got a hair cut, disco died, the hippies went away, architecture and fashion returned to something more normal, and society (be it buildings or people) got a lot prettier to look at.  It was perhaps what people felt like in the 50’s even though I wasn’t there to remember it.

Aaron Clarey’s support page:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *