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To the editor:
In his book “Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of global Power,” Zbigniew Brzezinski, national security advisor for President John F. Kennedy, writes: “In its very early phases, political awakening tends to be most impatient and prone to violence. Its passion is fueled by a deep sense of historically aggrieved self-righteousness. In addition, early political awakening is characterized by a focus on national, ethnic, and religious identity … ”
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