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Self-Righteous Devils: What Ozark Vigilantes of the 1880s Reveal About Modern America

When I was 7 years old, in 1983, my family took a road trip from Stillwater, Oklahoma, to Branson, Missouri, a family-oriented resort town deep in the Ozark Mountains. Our destination was Silver Dollar City, a Christian-owned theme park that is like Disneyland reima…

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