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Commentary: A new movement to speak truth to identity politics is our best hope against regressive thinking

Just below the surface of the roiling debates about how and why our country got into its current predicament, a radical movement is afoot. Sometimes called "the intellectual dark web," it lives largely on the internet, but it isn't the dark web of anonymous cybercrooks you've probably heard of. I actually see it not so much as a web but a nest containing rare birds that turn out to be more common than you might think.

Some in this movement are liberal, and some are conservative. They come from a range of backgrounds,

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