If Our Ancestors Were So Smart, How Come They’re Dead?

If Our Ancestors Were So Smart, How Come They’re Dead?

The tendency toward what C.S. Lewis termed "chronological snobbery" is probably more pronounced in our own age than at any time in history. Much has been made of the fact that an Arizona law that prohibits abortion was first enacted in 1864. In attacking it, both the...

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