"America is not a nation of risk-embracing pioneers," David Brooks writes. How does he think most of our ancestors got here? Maybe they came because the risks here were lower than the risks they faced wherever they left, but still, it seems a pretty categorical denial of at least a reasonable important aspect of the American character.
David Brooks's Risk Aversion
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