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The Path of Thomas Friedman Is Beset on All Sides by the Inequities of the Selfish

Hirsute-lipped Sesame Street character Thomas Friedman, America’s most respected newspaper columnist, does not “have it easy,” just because he lives in a sprawling mansion and holds a job that consists of rewriting the same exact column over and over again every week, merely substituting different—but equally trivial—anecdotes gleaned while looking …