Boy: Grandpa, I don't understand what I see on TV. People seem angry. Why are people saying terrible things about one another? Old Man: I don't know for sure, my boy. It's an election year. And for some people not everything is going well. And when that happens people become angry. It's part of politics.
The needed change of the 1980s was a recognition that rolling back the Soviet Union not only was possible without war but in fact was essential to reduce the risk of nuclear annihilation. Recognizing that rolling back our globalized administrative state is not only possible but essential for averting America’s economic and environmental annihilation is