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‘Love Your Enemies’ urges readers to meet vitriol with decency

Arthur Brooks is one of the limitless number of policy analysts who toil in Washington. He stands out both because he is prolific and his work has had an impact. He has already written 10 books on a wide range of subjects, served as president of the influential center-right American Enterprise Institute, and writes a column for the Washington Post.

His background sets him apart. An accomplished classical musician, he spent 12 years playing in a symphony orchestra. He

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