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By the time of Liberty’s financial embattlement, other education innovators had taken the idea much further — none more so than a man named John Sperling.
Lukewarm believers will fall away; the devout will remain, and a sense of embattlement does wonders for building fanaticism.
The book also illuminates the Nixon years' atmosphere of cultural embattlement, a political mood that looks more relevant than ever in the Age of Donald Trump.
His tone was one of embattlement and occasional grievance, and his remarks were punctuated by wry and rueful humor.
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