Perils, Possibilities of Permanent Protest

(Feb. 23, 2017; Jia Tolentino, The New Yorker): “There is, I think, a deep-seated idea among some Americans that the White House is inherently dignified and credible, and that protesting it, therefore, is uncouth and outré. If protests continue at their current rate, that idea could become further entrenched — or it could be eroded, as it has already been eroded, seemingly, for moderates who lean left. Either way, people will likely keep marching, not least because there will be more reasons to do so….”

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