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Reading the resistance

THEY CAME LIKE LOCUSTS: GREAT IN number and all at once. A year after President Trump’s Inauguration, dozens of books about, by or for the resistance have arrived on shelves, offering everything from empathy for the politically afflicted to practical, tactical advice. These books can be moneymakers for publishers large and small: Macmillan, one of the five leading U.S. publishers, recently put

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