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WSJ Opinion: Wonder Land by Daniel Henninger

Written by Mamie M. Arndt

WSJ Opinion: Wonder Land by Daniel Henninger

Episode 37

Henninger: “If school enrollments continue to fall, the unionized teacher labor force will contract, bleeding away support from the Democrats’ urban base.”

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Wonder Land: The coronavirus pandemic may be in the process of changing forever the role of public schooling in the United States. Images: Zuma Press/Reuters/Getty Images Composite: Mark Kelly

WSJ Opinion: Wonder Land by Daniel Henninger

Insightful videos throwing a wide net over U.S. politics, whether the subject is Trump, the Democratic “resistance” or America’s turbulent culture.

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Mamie M. Arndt