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Not knowing and barely caring: the methods of being a conscientious objector to the culture war

Art by Blaine A. White

If you are at all interested in politics or social causes you’ll inevitably find yourself drafted or volunteering for the culture war. You might be surprised to learn that the idea isn’t a new one and dates back as far as 1871. coming from the Kulturkampf ( lit. “culture struggle”) between the Catholics and Protestants of…

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Rik Worth

Rik Worth

Journalist, author, comics writer and rambler. I like odd things. Comic found here www.hocuspocuscomic.com/ — Support my writing here https://ko-fi.com/rikworth

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