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White Supremacy’s Implosion Is Both Beautiful and Dangerous

The boogeyman was really nothing more than their own shadow

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We were supposed to celebrate Stacey Abrams saving the country. We should have enjoyed at least a day’s worth of (tempered) joy at the prospect of the country beginning to right itself.




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