By Claire Schwartz
In Trump’s America, Facing My Own ‘Banality of Evil’ Over Kale Salad
After synagogue on Friday, I went out to dinner. Over rigatoni with eggplant and kale salad, my mom and her friends talked about the nightmare of Donald Trump’s election. “This is horrific,” they said over and over, rehashing this hateful thing he’s said and that horrible thing he’s done and imagining just how awful it…
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