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I must say that I cannot recall rancorousness on your part, however.
She notes that the "intolerance for ideas falling outside the known and accepted tropes of the left is so deep and wide as to render them incapable of listening without a jeering rancorousness to the words of fellow student Anthony Mascheck--a heroic wounded vet arguing in favor of reinstating Columbia's ROTC program after a four-decade ban--who sits, wheelchair-bound."
I have noticed that the rancorousness has gone elsewhere and more thought is now going into both postings and responses.
Now the violence of party leaders like Burke and Fox owed much of its strength, no doubt, to mere rancorousness of party spirit.