"Read, Pause, and Reflect!!"

@article{Howell2010ReadPA,
  title={"Read, Pause, and Reflect!!"},
  author={William Huntting Howell},
  journal={Journal of the Early Republic},
  year={2010},
  volume={30},
  pages={293 - 300}
}
  • W. Howell
  • Published 28 April 2010
  • Art
  • Journal of the Early Republic
It is a peculiarly split view of human existence in which symbolizations of meaning operate in a closed universe of their own, divorced from the "real" facts of historical causation.1To foreground the stakes of my comment, I want to propose two modifications of Tip O'Neill's maxim, "All politics is local." First: All politics is literary. Whatever else it may be, ideology is in part the product of the artful deployment of language; words are necessary, if not always sufficient, structural… 
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