“In politics, we’re never in Holmes’s theater, enjoying the show until someone comes along and ruins the evening. Or maybe we are.” Falsely Shouting Fire in a Theater: How a Forgotten Labor Struggle Became a National Obsession and Emblem of Our Constitutional Faith — Crooked Timber

In politics, we’re never in Holmes’s theater, enjoying the show until someone comes along and ruins the evening.

Or maybe we are.

Source: Falsely Shouting Fire in a Theater: How a Forgotten Labor Struggle Became a National Obsession and Emblem of Our Constitutional Faith — Crooked Timber

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