The Atlantic, “The Politically Subversive Power of Puppies”

For years, Truebe had posted heart-melting photos of bright-eyed dachshunds and soft-fur labs, garnering more than 500,000 followers. But after Trump was elected, the concept took a sharp turn. The image of the soft-eyed beagle pup came with a classic anarchist refrain: “No Gods, No Masters.”

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