The 2016 campaign made the quirks of our era more obvious. A variety of forces — online and otherwise — upend our commerce, our culture, our politics. They make our lives less private and more fractious in large part because of how they put grievance on display.
The 2016 campaign made the quirks of our era more obvious. A variety of forces — online and otherwise — upend our commerce, our culture, our politics. They make our lives less private and more fractious in large part because of how they put grievance on display. Neil Nakahodo nnakahodo@kcstar.com
The 2016 campaign made the quirks of our era more obvious. A variety of forces — online and otherwise — upend our commerce, our culture, our politics. They make our lives less private and more fractious in large part because of how they put grievance on display. Neil Nakahodo nnakahodo@kcstar.com

Who we are shows up in uncomfortable ways in long campaign

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