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Localizing Ennui

In the May issue of¬†Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture¬†(consistently the most thought-provoking, best-written magazine I read), Scott P. Richert calls for America to be America again, not by voting for the baseball cap donning Don, but through a return … Continue reading

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We Go to the Wicked City

No, I am not trying the channel the spirit of John Bunyan or the Southern Agrarians. (Not that the Southern Agrarians would be a bad lot to channel, mind you, especially as I suspect that a maternal great-uncle might have … Continue reading

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