Friday, May 13, 2005

Once again with the VDH

Victor Davis Hanson gets all over World War II revisionism.
Instead, the beneficiaries of those who sacrificed now ankle-bite their dead betters. Even more strangely, they have somehow convinced us that in their politically-correct hindsight, they could have done much better in World War II.

Yet from every indication of their own behavior over the last 30 years, we suspect that the generation who came of age in the 1960s would have not just have done far worse but failed entirely.

Read the whole thing. Go on, do it.