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Hunting has always had multiple strands of meaning, and we cannot hope to comb them out in a short essay. What we can explore, however, is the contradiction that lies at the core of American sport hunting. At one moment, hunting has operated in American culture as a rite of democracy and at the next, as a rite of aristocracy. That pendulum swing continues today.
Herman, Daniel Justin. "Hunting Democracy." Monatna: The Magazine of Western History 55, no. 3 (2005): 22-33.
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