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Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right

By Polly Cleveland When I was a teenage bookworm, and later a student at Harvard and Berkeley, I looked down on what my dad called “The Great Unwashed”. By this unfortunate Victorian term, he meant the ignorant, the prejudiced, the parochial and especially the hyper-patriotic politicians who made his life difficult as a Foreign Service … Continue reading Strangers in Their Own Land: Ange
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