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“Your ideas of a new normal won’t change a thing for those at the back of the line of life.”

In her latest Back of the Line column, Senator Lynn Ruane questions to what extent we’ve all been in this together.


*TW, this piece contains mentions of suicide.

“Many continued hoping that the epidemic would soon die out and they and their families would be spared. Thus they felt under no obligation to make any change in their habits, as yet. Plague was an unwelcome visitant, bound to take its leave one day as unexpectedly as it had come.” Albert Camus, The Plague

In her latest Back of the Line column, Senator Lynn Ruane questions to what extent we’ve all been in this together.

*TW, this piece contains mentions of suicide.

"Many continued hoping that the epidemic would soon die out and they and their families would be spared. Thus they felt under no obligation to make any change in their habits, as yet. Plague was an unwelcome visitant, bound to take its leave one day as unexpectedly as it had come." Albert Camus, The Plague . . .

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