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1 In the last issue, Jonathan Chait took on, in a sweeping essay, the question of what a liberal response to the Trump presidency might look like (“Citizens, United,” November 14–27). “What worries me most,” commenter MoneyMatt responded, “is not what Trump may do as President, but that the public at large won’t care … My sister-in-law (who lives in Michigan, and voted 3rd party) didn’t even know about the Trump bus tape until a week after it was released, she just wasn’t paying attention.” And commenter stan4math worried that, despite

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