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Focusing on a select few Founding Fathers impoverishes our understanding of the American founding. It's important to remember the thoughts, words, and deeds of other greats who contributed to a young Republic. 

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If conservatives wish to engage, inform, and ultimately persuade moderate black Americans to their side, they must change their approach. I'd like to suggest three ways. 

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Depression and anxiety run rampant in American society, and they're affecting our politics. Perhaps Walker Percy understood the source better than most. 

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Frederick Douglass, William Wilberforce, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer witnessed the worst injustices and still did not believe in winning at any cost. Why? 

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A selection of the finest passages from one of America's greatest men of letters. 

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