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article by Matt Borschberg,PoliticoPolitics is politics.
Politics is the art form.
Politics does not live in the world.
Politics only exists in the mind of a politician.
Politics, then, is an art form that uses the tools of the art-form to achieve its ends.
And the art of political art, in the words of one of the authors of this book, is political.
And it is that art that, if properly practiced, can have an enormous impact on the direction of the political world.
As a young scholar at Harvard Business School in the 1990s, I watched as political correctness swept the nation.
It swept up all kinds of things that had once been regarded as innocuous, such as the occasional flicker of irony in political discourse.
In those days, people thought that politics could be made fun of, that it was only people who had the wit to laugh.
And, of course, this was a time when a few thousand people were getting their hair cut.
But in reality, political correctness was something that was being used as a tool to silence people and silence political discourse itself.
I would be amazed if, as an adult, people had not been told, in passing, that “you’re a racist.”
But that was not the only reason people were being told.
The most common reason was that I was a woman, that I had a male professor.
And when I was told that, I had to say, “No, I don’t have a male teacher, because I am a woman.”
And then I had my hair cut and my eyebrows shorn.
And that was the beginning of the beginning.
The other thing was that the media was starting to become more hostile to women.
It was a new kind of hostile.
So there were more people, in that age, who would tell me, “Hey, you’re a terrible person,” and “I’d like to know why you didn’t want to see me, so that I wouldn’t have to,” and so on.
And that was also a time that I felt a sense of anxiety about what was happening.
I felt I was under attack.
And I would hear stories of people being raped or murdered, and I would think, “Wow, these are terrible times.
It is so sad.”
And then I was reading a book by two young men, one from the U.S. and the other from Australia, who had worked at The Economist and The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, and who were writing an article about the culture war.
And they wrote about a group of men who had been in a very hostile environment.
They said, “These guys are doing things that are quite shocking.
They are talking about rape.
They have been talking about having sex with minors.
They even talk about how they would like to kill their parents.”
And it was a very disturbing piece of work.
And the most telling part of the article was that it came from two people who were completely oblivious to the nature of the culture wars, and yet they were saying, “This is really scary.”
And I had that feeling that I’d heard it from someone who had not read a lot of literature, who was not interested in politics.
But I think, for a long time, that was true.
I started reading more about politics.
And then, as I got older, I began to think, oh, that’s so important.
I think politics can really help people understand that politics is not something that exists in an isolated bubble and is really happening.
And then, in 2001, I started working at the New York Public Library.
And a few years later, I became a managing editor of the Cambridge Journal of the History of Ideas.
And one of my jobs was to try to understand the culture of politics, to make sense of the ways in which it was being conducted and how it was influencing the way people think.
So it was quite an important job for me to understand how political discourse was being created, how people were engaging in the politics of their day.
And as a result, in 2003, I wrote a book called The Art of Politics: A Critical Account of the Culture Wars, which, like the book I was writing at the time, was an attempt to examine the culture-war culture war itself.
The book is called A Critique of the Cult of the Leader.
And in it, I argued that, in order to understand why the politics that was taking place was happening, you had to understand that there was a kind of collective consciousness at play, and that this collective consciousness was in part what was being imposed on the public at large.
And by that I mean that the public was becoming more and more aware of, you know, how powerful people and institutions were, and how powerful institutions were actually shaping the public discourse in ways that were really threatening to democracy.
So I argued, in part, that the