I've been arguing with Andrew Sullivan online since "online" existed. Andrew has invented and defined so many of the Internet's creative possibilities: for politics, for journalism, and for personal reflection. The rest of us admire or criticize or both, but ultimately ... we emulate. In a decade that started with a second 1941 and ended with a second 1929, Andrew has been a voice that future historians will quote endlessly and tirelessly as a representatives of the thoughts and emotions - passions and regrets - brilliant insights and terrible mistakes of this generation of Americans.

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