Puritans, Both Foreign and Domestic

The problem is not that they try to make us think as they do, but that they try to make us do what they think we should do.

One of the enduring European criticisms of America is that we are too prudish, too moralistic, and too idealistic. Unlike our weltschmerz-besotted betters across the pond with their turgidly tragic theater …

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