The Counterculture of Reason
12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson
Random House Canada, 2018
(416 pages, $25.95, hardcover)
Dr. Jordan Peterson has recently been all over TV and the Internet making a number of courageous, politically incorrect observations. The comment that has most driven the PC crowd to distraction is the now heretical claim that boys and girls are actually different both physically and psychologically—an assertion that the self-proclaimed party of science doubts in spite of evidence that has been "settled" for at least half a century.
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Richard Kirk is a freelance writer living in southern California whose book Moral Illiteracy: "Who's to Say?" is also available on Kindle.
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