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The American people are perfectly capable of judging the policies that affect their lives and conveying the fury they would feel toward politicians who would threaten them.
It is easy to imagine a Republican Party that tips deeper into ethnonationalist grievance and social traditionalism in the coming years and builds a fuller agenda through which to express its furies.
It poses a unique opportunity for bad actors to inject misinformation into the situation and for fury and frustration to build.
As he has throughout the course of his political career, he doubled down and struck back at his opponents with equal if not greater fury.
It’s impossible to attribute the fury of any one storm to climate change, but scientists have observed a statistically significant link between warmer waters and hurricane intensity.
The attack was commenced by the allies under Blucher upon the French centre, with a fury irresistible.
Meanwhile the cabal against the ruined Ripperda raged with redoubled fury in the Spanish cabinet.
It burst upon them ere long with awful fury and grandeur, the elements warring with incredible vehemence.
HUNTING THE LIONSR.M. BALLANTYNE
That struck the people in wrath with an incurable wound, that brought nations under in fury, that persecuted in a cruel manner.
Because in far distant times he saved the life of a Chinaman from the fury of a crocodile.

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