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The Overwhelmed Person’s Guide to Activism

How to fight back when you have very little fight in you

Illustration: Susan Lee

InIn the two years since Donald Trump was elected president, an upswing in political engagement has been one of the few positive side effects of an increasingly polarized country. According to a Pew survey, 39 percent of the most partisan liberals attended…




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