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The Gang that Couldn’t Sweep Straight
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H.L. Mencken defined a Puritan as someone harboring the “haunting fear that someone, somewhere, might be happy.” Walmartopia‘s producers and audience seem to have a haunting fear someone, somewhere, might be getting a bargain.

I review the off-Broadway play today at National Review.

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