Paternalism in politics is nothing new because the desire for paternal care is instinctual. Basic child development literature and common sense tell us that children look to their fathers for material provision as well as “physical and emotional security.” Children see Daddy as father-provider and father-protector. Anyone blessed enough to have a father-protector use a gun like […]
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