The Road to Character
David Brooks talked about his book The Road to Character, in which he looks at where character comes from and how it is shaped. He argues that in our modern culture of achievement, “resume virtues” have superseded “eulogy virtues” as our main goal in life. Commentary was provided by Michael Gerson, opinion writer for the Washington Post. close
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