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The 1964 Plan

Herb Kay

After the Civil Rights Act passed in 1964, America was at its peak. The streets, schools, and all other public places were safe. School and shooting never appeared in the same sentence. You could leave your keys  in your car and your home unlocked. Children could wander anywhere and nobody worried about them being snatched or molested. All forms of discrimination were at long last illegal. Sure, there was a lot of work left to do, but the road was wide open and the mood optimistic. And then we turned it to shit. The 1964 Project puts forth a plan reverse the destruction and keep the progress. It's like no other. Unlike every other so-called solution put forth by the political class, The 1964 Project is non-partisan and is based upon objective reality and does not try to mold reality to fit its narrative. You know, like every other so-called "plan" out there.