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Good Old Robert Reich


Liberals shouldn’t give an inch on policy, and should argue for their policies in moral terms–conceding cheerfully that those policies are based on “an irrational faith that it is possible, by working together, to create a more just nation and a more just world” and “require[] a great leap into the unknown and unknowable.” If Reich didn’t exist, we would have to invent him.


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