Nowadays writers seem to want to focus on politics rather than storytelling, and it doesn’t matter which side is doing it. It’s wrong either way and will just cause people to lose interest even when they agree with you. However, if you really need or want to do it, author James Harrington offers a suggestion on how to do it right.
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