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A MATTER OF OPINION: Alex de Ramon and Bobby Zitzmann debate whether the United States should draw back its ubiquitous role in world affairs. Alex says yes. Bobby says no.

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It might not be obvious that eighteenth-century poetry could act as a guide for our modern climate policy, but such is the case. All too often, when I review the climate debate, I am reminded of a 1770 poem by the Irish writer Oliver Goldsmith called “The Deserted Vill...

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