The hyperpartisan is ruining America | Opinion

Historically speaking, dogma and cultural progress are antitheses par excellence. When our moral and aesthetic concerns are “expressed in absolute terms and, at the same time, designed for special purposes on special occasions,” as the late historian Theodore Draper wrote in his book The roots of American communism, morals, public …

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Why wars are fought!

Two hundred years ago, a chef named Remontel lived in Mexico who came from France to earn money. One day, people looted his pastry shop, looted his things and ran away. Angered by the loss, the poor leader wrote a letter to the government demanding compensation. His complaint was not …

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