One of the more curious effects of lockdown, sociologically speaking, was the codification of spending as an act of heroism. For years we’d relied on small businesses to sponsor little league teams, we were reminded; it was our turn to show up for them. Ordering takeout and gift cards became virtuous acts of community solidarity. Read More
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