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Dreading the Ordinary

If it is true that most men live lives of quiet desperation, then it may be true that the resolution of any crisis is a dangerous time, when the sad everydayness of things returns. Soldiers returning from Afghanistan know this. … Continue reading

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Being Stunned Once Too Often

The only reason people write about current events, and about the national or international politics that underlie them – along with how centuries of history and shifting social norms and odd economic trends play their part in what seems to … Continue reading

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