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Guardian: “The Trump years may well have been the death rattle of influential [climate] denialism”


According to the Guardian, despite “unease among some unions” about destroyed jobs, Biden’s transformative first week will set the course for America’s future. But nobody has a coherent explanation for how Biden will make it all work.

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