The coronavirus epidemic will have a lasting worldwide impact, to be sure, but it will have a unique native social impact as well, one equal to those brought about by the upheavals of the 1960s and the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Already it’s changed the way we see ourselves, and our nationhood.
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In 1971, Bill Moyers published his first book, Listening to America: A Traveler Rediscovers His Country. In it, he journeyed 13,000 miles around the United States, a journalist recording his impressions of memorable people, places and events he met or saw along the way. “Most people want to be generous," he wrote. “They expect their nation to have visions of justice even if they themselves act unjustly. They expect from their country an ethos, an ...
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