Politics is important, but it has to be put in its place, writes R. R. Reno in American Politics, the Higher Politics, and First Things . In today’s first “On the Square” article, he argues that we have a deep reason and a practical reason for not investing too heavilyemotionally and spirituallyin politics, and for investing in other things, precisely as a way to change our political culture.
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