By Wei Tung
on Dec 12, 2013
An academic warns us that we have reason not to automatically trust the government—but cannot make the larger leap. He describes most abuses as moderate, and the worst ones as long past. He also accepts the traditional explanation for major traumas. But should he? Is he himself far too trusting?
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