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Anger and Angry People

Thomas Harrington suggests that maybe it’s time for liberals and progressives to unlearn what they have been teaching about expressing anger against social injustice: “If you poke around a bit in the emerging body of literature on the Occupy Wall Street movement, you will find that one of the more oft-repeated elements of advice from well-wishers concerns the need to avoid being, or even appearing, overtly angry. Continue reading




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