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My dad and I couldn’t be a better microcosmic embodiment of the social, political, ethical, and moral polarities presently and historically dividing this country than if we’d been created in separate test tubes by a mad social scientist. Though we share DNA, our stark differences throw a real monkey wrench into the nature vs. nurture argument in determining…

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