IN this world fighting Covid-19, in this chaotic life confronting epidemic, there is one place that has swiftly—and nervously—become hope: the State.
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The State suddenly appears as a main actor, a compact structure, a bundle of annoying rules, a good savior. The world is changing. The State—which usually means government and all the bureaucracy that goes along with it—now causes no anxiety.
This is true even in America which is fearful of ‘Big Government’. These days, it is considered okay for the State to intervene in matters great and small: in Alabama people are not
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