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Challenging Supremacist Culture in U.S. Means Taking on “Amazon” Class Mentality


After Americans paused last July 4 weekend to celebrate the nation’s historic step of declaring independence from its colonial overlord Great Britain 245 years ago, it is worth reflecting on the fact that a key element of the famous document was also a declaration of a different fundamental truth the founders hoped would be established as the bedrock…




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Tim Libretti, PhD

Professor of Literature, Political Economy enthusiast, Dad, always thinking about the optimal world

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