intemperateness


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Apocalyptic intemperateness, paranoia, a loathing of compromise, a demonization of the enemy--on the right today, as on the left a generation ago, these are more than articles of faith.
The creation was exciting but exhausting, and led to Lota's increasing remoteness and intemperateness.
The intemperateness Keeton shows in this and several other parts of the opinion is one of several reasons I find Keeton's opinion to be one I cannot admire.