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Editorial: In the wake of 2016's election

An editorial from the Los Angeles Times:

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Soon after the numbers began popping up on screens across the country on the evening of Nov. 8, 2016, Donald Trump's opponents, many of them conservatives, far more of them liberals, allowed their shock to give way to a moment of introspection. Could they have misread so many of their friends, neighbors and other Americans? Was it possible that their own definitions of success and progress were not

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