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By the 21st century, populists and elites had changed places—ordinary Americans were commonsensical while the elites were driven by unruly passions.
Ultimately, the success or failure of the woke revolution depends upon the dedication of the counterrevolutionaries: do we have the courage to fight back?
The morality of equality is not treating all as equals; it means treating all in a manner that transforms them into equals, which they are not at present.
Harry Truman was a man of outstanding ability and human qualities who cleverly portrayed himself as one of nature’s and political life’s heroic underdogs.
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A review of Joseph Anton: A Memoir, by Salman Rushdie
The CIA serves not the United States but its own corporate interests and its partisan vision.
Congress won't and the president can't.