Jennifer Percy

New York Times Magazine

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Writer for the New York Times Magazine.

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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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