Inequality is a fact of life, we should accept all classes of citizens. We need to accept their abilities on the strength of their creativity and intellectuality. Charlie Keeble, an autistic conservative rebels against the negative and despairing perception of the autistic spectrum. Told through a novella and a journal of activism we see an excluded autistic person standing up for civil justice and to prove how valuable he is to the people around him. Combining stories of political activism, inspiration and the conservative ideology we discover a life of passion and purpose for autism. The challenges that autism can bring as shown here by someone on the spectrum who uses conservatism and objectivism.
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