[DC] is a bubble. And particularly working on one narrow set of issues and interacting with people who are like-minded, and study your issue on Twitter, and on and on… I mean you really have to enter this bubble and inhale this orthodoxy, which may or may not be right on the substance. Stepping away from that made me realize that there are a lot more points out there than just the small universe of people with whom I interacted.
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