A New Consensus?

  title={A New Consensus?},
  author={Daniel T. Rodgers},
  journal={Historically Speaking},
  pages={21 - 21}
hen people ask me what I do, I sometimes say that I have spent my career looking for America. It is a silly answer, of course. Silly, because America is all around me, inescapably and insistently. But silly, also, because “it” is never to be found. America is an argument: a big, multitudinous, often contradictory amalgam of persons, experiences, aspirations, and dissents. The age of fracture was as full of argument and contradiction as any other era in American history. The power that drained… 
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