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The foundations of liberal (small R) republican (small d) democracy depend on a variety of presumptions. Some of these were never actually in place, but we were hopeful they’d eventually come together. Some of these were in place but have unraveled. And some of these are suspiciously similar to the presumptions undergirding the largely theological […]
Thoughts on Part 5 of Robert Ashley’s spoken word opera, God, the end of meaning, and hip hop records.
Back in middle-school, during the Cold War, my seventh grade “social studies” teacher, a liberal but a still patriotic liberal, was always fond of telling us that the United States, whatever its faults, was still better than the Soviet Union. That Spring we went to see the film version of 1776, which a local theater […]