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A note from the editor

While Trump delivers his threats in ways that can appear trivial and petty . . . the fallout is deeply consequential.

Months ago, planning this issue and framing our subject as “The Year That Changed Journalism,” we thought we might be accused of hyperbole. Now it’s understatement that has us worried.

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