Monthly Archives: July 2009

Uniquely American

American exceptionalism is a wonderful thing. We’re not just proud of who we are, or think we’re better than anyone else, we claim that’s not a matter of degree at all – we’re actually different from everyone else in the … Continue reading

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American Authoritarian Tradition

For most of the population it is hard to get a sense of the cultural upheavals of the late sixties. They’re too young. They weren’t there. That’s ancient history – odd doings in Paris in May of 1968, and later … Continue reading

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