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November 20, 2003

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Russell Arben Fox

"One of my profoundest beliefs about American politics is that if the Republican party would just turn more libertarian, so many things would go less badly."

How interesting. One of my profoundest beliefs about American politics is that if the Democratic party would just turn more communitarian--you know, less hostile to those who talk about religion, civic virtue and/or collective responsibility--so many things would go less badly. I assume your preferred Republican is someone like Barry Goldwater. My preferred Democrat is someone like Robert Casey.

Anyway, it's always nice to see political differences laid out so starkly.

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