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frightened fifties: jittery on the letter H

Waxing eloquent on the 1950′s. Why must we be nostalgic about the fifties? Does it make sense that Americans tend to think of that decade as a reassuring, serene and happy time, as, in short, a sort of Golden Age? … Continue reading

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genius of action: power of whim and command

by Art Chantry (art@artchantry.com) i’ve come to realize that there are two sorts of genius in this world. since we are ‘dualists’ in western culture (at least since descartes), it’s not an odd thing to see. there is, of course, … Continue reading

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