We pride ourselves in the United States as being a nation of laws. We are not an authoritarian state run by a strong man or a dictator. We do not settle our differences at the end of our fists or by shooting it out in the streets between waring factions. We do not subscrtibe to vigilante justice.
Yet, we have movements for social justice, criminal justice, racial equality, economic equality, business accountability to do the right thing.
In this episode of The Spirit of Leading podcast, I explore the notion that being a nation of laws might not be aspirational enough.