Given the signs everywhere of a society in free fall, is there a way to address our deepest fears and still leave a space for optimism and social activism?
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David Brooks' own political ideology has failed him time after time, he has fled to social science in fruitless, often embarrassing forays, and, when those failed, into preachy invocations of Edmund Burke and Reinhold Niebuhr.
In The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America, what George Packer has gifted us with is a vital X-ray of the body politic, the nervous system of the demos
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