The Right’s Squabble Over Men and Boys

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January 9, 2019 by Robert Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization

There’s been quite a kerfuffle among the center-right commentariat over the past few days.  Fox’s Tucker Carlson started it with a ten-minute opinion piece on some of the ways in which this culture denigrates men and boys to everyone’s detriment.  Many of Carlson’s points hit the nail on the head.

His was followed by an article by David French in the National Review, and it’s French’s on which I’d like to remark today (National Review, 1/7/19).

French is right about most of what he says.  He points out that the process of raising boys to be men – i.e. the type of men we desire and society needs – is a long and difficult one.

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