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How conservatives concede the culture

21 February 2022

7:23 AM

21 February 2022

7:23 AM

Conservatives suffer from a short attention span, and it largely explains their defeats in the culture war. They fight every battle as if it’s the only one they will ever have to fight. And so, win or lose, they are unprepared for what happens next.

If they lose, they forget how all-important the last battle was, learning no lessons from defeat, nor about what’s vital and what isn’t.

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