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Sovereignty rules

15 April 2020

1:55 AM

15 April 2020

1:55 AM

This article is in The Spectator’s May 2020 US edition. Subscribe here to get yours.

Washington, DC

At the end of March, about two weeks into the coronavirus emergency, I looked out my window onto the street below and saw something that made me uneasy about the future of the country. There was a commotion down there.

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