Mark Bauerlein

Emory University / First Things

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Mark Bauerlein is Professor of English at Emory University and and Senior Editor at First Things, the journal on religion and public life.

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For the 45th time, America has accomplished a peaceful transition of power-- leaving the country with a sense of uncertainty about the future.

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For the 45th time, America has accomplished a peaceful transition of power-- leaving the country with a sense of uncertainty about the future.

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