Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo's


tends to sound anachronistic.

In no case because of the substance of his discourse -modern, different and deep-, but because of the form.

Specifically, because of the way it needs to be heard.

Álvarez de Toledo demands more pause than an agitated interlocutor is capable of offering in times of fury and slogan.

It takes a couple of minutes of thought before you tweet or tag.

Later you will agree or not, but the time spent will have served something.

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