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THE DIFFERENCE IS THE SAME:
THE VOTER’S DILEMMA
Yesterday I darkened the doors of an unfamiliar bank to open a new bank account. For 19 years, I have tolerated, endured, and put up with generally indifferent service from my “legacy bank”, the institution I signed up with by default when I became an independent adult.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
BOER SOEK 'N DOELAug 28, 2018
Changing my vote from one party to another is in many ways like changing my bank from, say, the green one to the blue or red one. I might have suffered many years, remaining loyal despite exploitation and betrayal, but how can I know that I’ll have any better experience “across the road”, so to speak?
Context: Eusebius McKaiser is the host of Radio 702’s mid-morning show, The Eusebius McKaiser Show. The 8 April 2019 edition revisited a conversation from the previous edition about the problem of structural inequality and its solution. Lesley, a white female owner of...