So much for a return to “normal,” Edward Keenan writes.

WASHINGTON—Pretty much everyone in the United States agreed that 2020 was a terrible year.

A pandemic claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. There was mass civil unrest in the streets. Donald Trump began the year being impeached and finished it rejecting the results of the election he lost.But at the start of 2021, there was optimism about moving on: a new president elected, COVID-19 vaccines starting to be deployed. It felt like some stability wasn’t too much to hope for. Maybe the kind of life — and politics — people […]

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