Andrew Sullivan’s Tired Contrarianism

When you fight to make your renegade views mainstream, the act eventually loses its edge.

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Everything on the internet rules by decree of capturing attention, and as it so happens, pursuing it nefariously can be most-lucrative. This is the playbook Andrew Sullivan has typically run–since his earliest days of writing on the internet, he’s…

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Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.

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