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Chris Hedges and the Ground Zero Mosque

Earlier in the summer, one of my favorite writers, Chris Hedges, offered an incisive and scathing critique of Anti-Enlightenment Christian nationalism in America. And, in light of the ground zero mosque controversy, it seems all the more timely: Tens of … Continue reading

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Dr. Jekyll, Meet Mr. Hyde: What Can Happen To a Gentle Person Under the Spell of Nationalism, Ideology, or Religion?

Andrew Sprung, at the Daily Dish today, has written what I would regard as an exceptionally important—and even seminal—little blog post reflecting on the Iranian Revolution (“Gentle mullahs transformed”). In it, he simply offers two quotes and a bit of commentary that concisely lay out … Continue reading

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