Jennifer Percy

New York Times Magazine

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Writer for the New York Times Magazine.

Jennifer Percy on KCRW

Oregonians think the federal government is out to get them, despite the Trump administration putting through policies they’ve wanted.

The history of the anti-government protests in eastern Oregon

Oregonians think the federal government is out to get them, despite the Trump administration putting through policies they’ve wanted.

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