Perhaps we should be encouraged that today’s black activists in the United States are concentrating on renaming public buildings, schools and places named after slave owners and on pulling down statues of Confederate generals. This would seem to indicate they regard past problems of black people as now less pressing. Moreover, they probably regard Black Lives Matter too incident-dependent to warrant more than occasional attention, whereas there are plenty of former slave owners to focus on. The […]
Author Archives: William Stearman
William Lloyd Stearman PhD was a Counselor US Foreign Service (Ret.), Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University, and a member of the National Security Staff at the White House under four presidents. He is the author of “An American Adventure From Early Aviation Through Three Wars to the White House” (Annapolis MD Naval Institute Press 2012).