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Attracted to what David Brooks calls “flexidoxy” — a hybrid of flexibility and orthodoxy — they are, at once, individualists and communitarians, committed to egalitarianism, upward mobility, property ownership and market capitalism constrained by concerns for the common good.
Thus does a rabbi from Montana teach David Brooks the wonderfully useful term "flexidoxy."
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