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Art & Politics: If This Art Could Vote

2016 has presented us with a loathsome display of political discourse. It has left us to face the nightmarish reality that, for as far as we have come as a nation, we still have at least that much farther to go. It is a bitter pill to swallow, and there is nothing that can make it go down any easier. But maybe that's a good thing - maybe it's time we stop reaching for sugar every time we're met with bitter pills.
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