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The Partisan U.S. Is Scrambling to Figure Out What It Thinks of Ukraine

PC: Jørgen Håland

They say nothing unites like a common enemy. Or does it? As Russia invades Ukraine, the left and the right in the U.S. are scrambling online to try to figure out how they can disagree. After all, in this polarized modern era, Democrats and Republicans can’t possibly be aligned. What would we argue about? What would Fox News report — the same thing as CNN? What would




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Julio Vincent Gambuto

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