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The Atlantic Daily: America’s Fault Lines Are Showing

Not everyone can just work from home.

America’s fault lines are showing. As my colleague Joe Pinsker put it last week, there are really two pandemics:

One will be disruptive and frightening to its victims, but thanks to their existing advantages and lucky near misses with the virus, they will likely emerge from it relatively stable—physically, psychologically, and financially. The

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