The trouble with euphemism.
If John Brown failed at anything, he failed at saving us from ourselves.
When you turn to the news, what you will encounter, overwhelmingly, is crime.
Everything that was once considered lowbrow is now triumphant.
Is Whole Foods a kind of morality tale, a story of what happens when a company that started with good intentions gets too big too fast?
Within cities themselves, new wealth has been greeted with great fanfare—except by those who see gentrification as a threat to the communities that remained during the decades of white flight.
Meritocracy began by destroying an aristocracy; it has ended in creating a new one.
Selfish dreams and the pleasures of individualism never go away.
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