Flannery O’Connor, the mid-20th century, Southern Gothic writer, is often lauded for her abnormal characters and introspection on the intersectionalities of race relations, ethics, and morality in the South. 1.428 more words
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From a source I have fallen away from reading lately, The American Conservative, here relayed as the positions of the anti-federalists:
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They insisted on the importance of a small political scale, particularly because a large expanse of diverse citizens makes it difficult to arrive at a shared conception of the common good and an overly large scale makes direct participation in political rule entirely impracticable if not impossible.
If America can’t pull it together, if we ultimately divide into camps and abandon all willingness to work together, if we become too resistant to compromise on anything anymore ever again, then before we break out into full-on civil war, I want to present an alternative solution, a failsafe against mass violence. 964 more words