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Our country is more tolerant, fairer and provides more freedom and equality to our citizenry than any nation at any time in the history of mankind.
The costs of abandoning an institution designed to bind, not divide, our citizenry are high.
Both ran deeply corrupt regimes that trampled opponents and terrorized their own citizenry.
One measure of the depth of the dish’s reach is, paradoxically, the citizenry’s offhand near-obliviousness to its origin.
Such people made money but did not spend it, creating a thrifty, hard-working, literate, self-denying citizenry who drove forward the economies of their countries.
Fox’s dissemination of propaganda has dire consequences for the health of our democracy, the foundation of which is an informed citizenry.
As Rome senses a devastating tempest on the way, the citizenry grows restive.
Imagine a cool New England night in April long ago when a brave patriot rode from town to town, rousing the citizenry to be realistic about areas of agreement, but also disagreement.
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