The main impediment to this happening, though, is apocalyptic-minded “survivalists” like Graham, who insist on regarding and treating their neighbors as out-of-control beasts.
So the moral wrong, in this case, flows from the factual wrong.
In any case, we'd be much better served if people gave up the notion of trying to survive a catastrophe as an isolated individual or family. No one is an island. If you’re going to survive a disaster, you’re going to need to cooperate with others, and it’s hard to do that from inside a bunker with an assault weapon pointed in their face.
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