America's Bitter Pill: “all of us were walking around with PTSD” - Steven Brill
Public relations people and government administrators comparing their stress to that of soldiers stopping bullets or stepping on improvised explosive devices was more than an over-the-top expression of self-importance and self-pity. It was emblematic of their amazing ability to be indignant, to assume the role of the victims when it was their own failure to govern that had fortified and emboldened the opposition.
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