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in an essay, "My Cold War," 1993

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Barbara Kay: Why do smart people cry crocodile tears for vicious pit bulls?

Posted on 2014-07-22 13:48:00

Until a few decades ago, North America’s pit bull population was minuscule — mere hundreds of thousands, owned mostly by security-minded junkyard-dealer types who knew exactly what sort of ferocious jaws-with-legs they had on chain. But in the years since, pit bulls gradually have been recast as gentle, lovable pets. When cities have (sensibly) banned pit bulls, usually in response to especially awful maulings, politicians have been met with an advocacy movement that idealizes pit bulls as misunderstood victims of fearmongering “breed bigots.” According to one measure, pit bulls now run second to Labrador retrievers in popularity among dog owners. Today, more than 3-million pit bulls live with ordinary North American families, many of them having no idea what sort of aggressive mental hard-wiring has been systematically bred into these dogs’ brains — until they or a family member are mugged by genetic reality. Smart........

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