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RE: Polarization 4

August 3, 2019
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Will Wilkinson, one of the deeply democratic conservatives over at the Niskanen Center, recently asked, “…what, today, do Americans call ‘home’?”

Then he answered his own question:

…the contemporary sum of rooted, lovable American elements includes the black culture of Compton, the Mexican culture of Albuquerque, the Indian culture of suburban Houston, the Chinese culture of San Francisco, the Orthodox Jewish culture of Brooklyn, the Cuban culture of Miami and the “woke” progressive culture of the college town archipelago, as well as the conservative culture of the white small town.

Can we love all of that?


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