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STOCK MARKET WATCH -- Monday, 8 August 2022

STOCK MARKET WATCH, Monday, 8 August 2022

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Rather than engaging in a dialogue over political and cultural issues, one side simply dehumanizes its opponents and suggests, and at times demands, their excision. This tendency is almost singularly peculiar to the American Right. It manifests itself in many venues: on radio talk shows and in political speeches, in bestselling books and babbling blogs. Most of all, we can feel it on the ground: in our everyday lives, in our encounters, big and small, with each other.

David Neiwert. The Eliminationists . 2009.

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Mon Aug 8, 2022, 09:10 AM

1. Good Quote!

Thanks for finding these quotes!

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Mon Aug 8, 2022, 11:36 AM

2. The search is the fun part

Thank you!

I have digital editions of most of the source books, but also a lot of physical copies of others. I need to start going through those physical books and finding goodies.

A lot of them come from surprising sources, too, like Jack London. Who woulda guessed?

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