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But at its core, Harvey believes that Burning Man hews closely to the true spirit of a free-enterprise democracy: Ingenuity is celebrated, autonomy is affirmed, and self-reliance is expected. “If you’re talking about old-fashioned, Main Street Republicanism, we could be the poster child,” says Harvey, who hastens to add that the festival is non-ideological — and doesn’t anticipate being in GOP campaign ads anytime soon.

The main-street Republican values of … Burning Man? - The Washington Post (via wonklife)

In which the establishment’s collective mind is blown by how much it has in common with an event built around the burning of a giant effigy.

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May 13, 2012 // 20:34 // 2 years ago
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