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The New Yorker's Assumptions
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From a piece in the New Yorker on income inequality, written by Columbia Journalism School dean Nicholas Lemann:

Politics does feel sour and contentious in ways that seem to flow from the country's economic distress. Yet much of the ambient discontent is directed toward government—the government that kept the recession from turning into a depression. Why isn't politics about what you'd expect it to be about?

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The New Yorker's Assumptions
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From a piece in the New Yorker on income inequality, written by Columbia Journalism School dean Nicholas Lemann:

Politics does feel sour and contentious in ways that seem to flow from the country's economic distress. Yet much of the ambient discontent is directed toward government—the government that kept the recession from turning into a depression. Why isn't politics about what you'd expect it to be about?

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