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The inevitability of Kamala Harris

18 December 2021

4:00 PM

18 December 2021

4:00 PM

I come neither to bury Kamala nor to praise her.

Commentary on her vice presidency is polarized. Harris’s well-known praise chorus is completely deranged. True, she is the first woman to become vice president, and only the second “person of color,” to use a term in vogue. These are historic achievements to those who understand history through the thick lens of demographic taxonomy.

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