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The Revolt Against Institutions Is 2021’s Defining Story

In 2020 we came to terms with the pandemic, in 2021 we responded.

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The history of 2021, when written, will have plenty to cover: The unrelenting pandemic that claimed more lives after a vaccine than before; the attack on the U.S. Capitol that threatened to upend American democracy; the broken supply chain that sparked…




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