imagine two groups of people. easy enough. now, imagine that they are at odds with one another. they don't agree on things; don't see eye to eye. imagine that this rift grows and endures for generations. children are taught (indoctrinated?) to disagree with the beliefs of the other group. are you thinking hatfields and mccoys yet? good. you're on the right track. now imagine that the money and power at stake in this disagreement is monstrous. there are millions of people involved in this disagreement, both at macro and micro levels, and the two groups don't simply have a philosophical difference of opinion, but a downright contentious and stubborn refusal to listen to one another. just like me and my sisters when we were children, when one group says "yes," the other, instincively, says "no." and if the former switches and says "no," the latter completes the circle and changes to a vociferous "yes!" it is oppositi
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