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Stranger than strange
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WASHINGTON -- The political resurrection of Alabama’s Roy Moore -- the Moses of the South -- and the mortal end of Hugh Hefner are not entirely unrelated. It’s not a straight line, mind you. But if Hefner’s recent death the day after Moore won Alabama’s Senate Republican primary runoff reminded us of how much American culture has changed in a couple of generations, then Moore represents the antithesis of those alterations and a mechanism for reversing them.

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