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Rick Perlstein, chronicler of the rise of the American right, explains why conservatism is like bigotry whack-a-mole.
I found Mr. Perlstein's article grimly amusing if only because "bigotry whack-a-mole" is the best political turn of phrase that I've encountered in a long time.
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