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Romanticized and demonized, the Confederate battle flag remains a divisive and polarizing influence, still part of a cultural dialog that permeates the soft boundaries of personal identity and its relation to racism; whether racist ideology outright or one’s own sense … Continue reading
”For a time Europeans had invented an AMERICA peopled by noble savages, men uncorrupted by civilization; as Montaigne wrote, quoting Seneca, they were “fresh from the gods”. But Europe has never stopped reinventing the New World. The eighteenth-century debate took … Continue reading