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You can’t keep a good fan down

Nowadays people feel comfortable identifying themselves as fans. I am a fan of U2, and I’m not afraid to admit it. There are fans of “Game of Thrones,” sports fans, and iced-coffee fans. But having such unbridled enthusiasm hasn’t always been considered a good thing.

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