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But students are taught that every time there's a difference in outcome, it's an injustice, a new reason for outrage. The anger never ends.
Peterson says the activists who are so angry about injustice should be happy they live in societies like America, places founded on individual liberty and free markets.
"Everyone is doing better here than anybody has ever done on the face of the planet throughout recorded history, and the whole West is like that!" he told me. "To call that all a tyrannical patriarchy is indicative of a very deep resentment and ahistorical ignorance that's so profound that it's indistinguishable from willful blindness."
That's opened some young people's eyes.
But as Peterson has learned, these days some on campus get very angry if you try to open people's eyes.