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Confronting the Climate Crisis: A Job for Artists?

There are experts in little things, but there are no experts in big things. All of us, no matter what we do, have the right to make moral decisions about the world....Everyone must be involved. People say 'you have to be professional.' The Historian says 'it's not that I don't think the US should get out [of the war], but we are just historians. It's not our business.' Then the businessman says 'it's not my business.
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