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Focus: Storming of the US Capitol
Perhaps the best description of the episode last comes from the Germans. It was a “putsch”: a disorganized, somewhat symbolic strike against legal authority, usually with a rightwing inflection.
To reject civility is to reject politics. The alternative to politics is not war, but barbarism.
What a heart-wrenching day for our nation. The live videos of the hordes of Americans flooding the US Capitol were literally nauseating.
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