Elle, “The March Was Flawed and Messy and Glorious”

Even in the face of an existential threat like Donald Trump, most of my social-media feed still consisted of people who agreed on 80 percent of the issues calling each other sell-outs and morons. But at the Women’s March, mainstream Democrats from the suburbs could march two feet away from anarchists holding signs that read “When They Go Fascist We Go Ungovernable” without bickering.

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