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‘Cancel culture’ debate bubbles up in politics and beyond

A key line of attack on Night 1 of the Republican National Convention was against what the GOP sees as extreme political correctness from the left. But the debate about so-called “cancel culture” extends beyond politics, and a recent Harper’s Magazine letter that drew national attention reveals how blurry the lines are. Jeffrey Brown reports for our arts and culture series, Canvas.

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