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T IS UNDERSTANDABLE IF AMERICANS FEEL LIKE they have a bad case of whiplash given the Supreme Court’s recent rulings on a string of culture war cases. In June, the conservative-dominated court ruled in favor of LGBTQ rights, and two weeks later it struck down a restrictive abortion law. Progressives heralded the rulings, and social conservatives were disoriented, not knowing what to make of the court that Donald Trump had promised to deliver to them. In July, however, the two sides

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