What We’re Learning About Ourselves

“Soon this depressing campaign will be over, and we can reflect on what we learned from our two-month introduction to Sarah Palin. Clearly, it is more than we would have ever wished to know about ourselves.”

“First, there turns out to be no standard of objectivity in contemporary journalism. … Second, there does not seem to be much left of feminism any more. … Third, from the match-up of Joe Biden and Sarah Palin, we discovered that our media does not know anything about the nature of wisdom — how it is found or how it is to be adjudicated.”

As the quotes above reveal, it’s not a pleasant picture at National Review Online: An Instructive Candidacy: What Sarah Palin taught us about ourselves.

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