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Among the latter group, I think the heightened salience of the peaceful transfer of power and the civic violation of the insurrection changed things.
HOW HAS THE NATION CHANGED SINCE THE INSURRECTION AT THE CAPITOL?MICAH COHEN (MICAH.COHEN@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 11, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
I, of course, am wearing one — for my own protection and as a civic duty.
MISS MANNERS: DECLINING HELP FROM THE UNMASKEDJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINFEBRUARY 8, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It is specifically worded to encompass all kinds of civic activities, including lobbying legislators and interning in political offices.
One of the most important strands of our founding ideology is civic republicanism.
TRUMPISM IS AMERICAN FASCISMMICHAEL GERSONFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Lindell was “permanently suspended” for repeatedly violating the company’s civic integrity policy, a Twitter spokeswoman told The Washington Post on Tuesday in an email.
TWITTER BANS MYPILLOW CEO MIKE LINDELLYEGANEH TORBATI, TAYLOR TELFORDJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In towns across Prince George’s and Anne Arundel counties, where the high-speed train would pass through, residents, civic associations and local governments overwhelmingly oppose the project.
I often wanted to take an active part in civic engagement, as I had served previously on county and state commissions and boards, but I never thought it was worth the hassle.
Given that “Kidnapped” returns again and again to the theme of loyalty, in all its forms, and does so against a backdrop of violence and civic turmoil, it now seems unexpectedly, even upsettingly relevant.
America’s social studies and civics teachers have never felt more pressure.
That will involve close to the ground civic action, holding each other accountable—especially in our own families—and tending to the needs of our neighbors, and declaring, once and for all, that no one can claim this place as uniquely their own.

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