One Nation Under God, Indivisible

Is the United States a nation founded in timeless principles or one that is built to nimbly adjust to change? That’s the question columnist E.J. Dionne poses in a Fourth of July editorial for the Washington Post: When it comes to the varieties of patriotism, I’d make the case that some of us look more…
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The Ties that Bind Us in Difficult Times

Today, on the Fourth of July, we celebrate the birthday of America. It is easy to gaze upon the vast successes of our nation – our long-standing Constitution, a successful constitutional republic, our global hegemony, the world’s largest economy, our model of freedom – and believe that it was always so. And yet during that…
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