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Facing the toxic maelstrom of the presidential election and many divisive state and local contests, teachers across the country find themselves rethinking how — or even whether — to provide lessons on America’s political selection process.
Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong started a maelstrom when he said his company would engage “minimally” around politics.
In the midst of a maelstrom, these technologies—among them social media, mobile apps, analytics, and cloud computing—help communities cope with the pandemic and learn crucial lessons.
Amid the maelstrom of negative news about the dangers of misinformation and the exploitation of private data, it’s easy to lose sight of how technology can help the greater cause.
It was not obvious to her; he had put her into a maelstrom of puzzles, but she did not tell him so.
CAPTIVITYM. LEONORA EYLES
The officiating priests, however, remained unconvinced, and threw themselves without reserve into the maelstrom of revolution.
No whirlpool, not Maelstrom itself, could fright them as those four men.
GWEN WYNNMAYNE REID
He will carry on his struggle in the maelstrom of a large city, possibly Chicago.
Yet there were charming people, both men and women, caught protesting in the maelstrom.
SHADOWS OF FLAMESAMELIE RIVES
The hero, however, loses his paternal expectations in the maelstrom of Wall Street.

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