by Greg Bailey
Fom garlic festivals to shopping malls, from schools and churches and synagogues, there is a darkness in the soul of America.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
We invariably find ourselves locked in conflict with dangerous men intoxicated with their own sense of mission, and drunkenly believing that the only problem with the past is that we ever departed from it at all.
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