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July 13, 2004

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James Joyner

Interesting. I'd never heard of the Wink book but always capitalize "Powers That Be." I think I've always seen it that way.

Usually, when Truth is capitalized that way, it's either in a religious context (something handed down from on high) or it's intended ironically--with the writer implying there is no such thing as actual "truth" but that others believe in an absolute "Truth" that has a quasi-religious character.

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