We Lie to Ourselves to Survive the Dystopian American Life

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There’s a brick wall around my high school. It wasn’t there in the 90s, but school shootings weren’t as prevalent then. I wonder if anyone realizes walls keep people in and out, and they won’t protect us from a broken society because we are the…

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