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How (Political) Rage Makes Perfect Sense–At Least per Alinsky and Screwtape

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila Anybody over, say, forty, remembers days in the U.S. when political parties may have railed at each other a bunch during the days prior to election day, but afterward, most people agreed to disagree and life carried … Continue reading

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For What It’s Worth: An Updated Birth Certificate? Consider…If You Dare

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila For What It’s Worth Then–and Now For me, the 1967 tune “For What It’s Worth”* has always defined the nineteen sixties, when I came of age–and became aware of certain social and political realities in the United States, … Continue reading

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