American Exception-alism

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That which separates us. I’ve been musing on that this morning — as I have been for nearly 60 months. John Winthrop opined, centuries back, that we should indeed be exceptional — a city upon a hill, the eyes of all people are upon us.

But being exceptional led us to be an exception of the wrong magnitude. America first has created a multiplicity of Americas…

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