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INDEED: Writing about the King’s musketeers is cultural appropriation, as is writing about Colorado…

INDEED: Writing about the King’s musketeers is cultural appropriation, as is writing about Colorado diner owners or a future USAIN cult. Why a Politically Correct World Wants Writers Who Don’t Use Imagination.
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