I was watching TV the first night of the attempted coup in Turkey some months ago. The chaos, the rage, the shooting, the bombs, the thousands of shouting people, both for and against the coup—it was bedlam and it was dangerous, and my heart went out to all who were caught up in it, on both sides.
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