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Coronavirus Is a Preview of Our Self-Isolating Future

How working from home could reshape society

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AtAt 8:45 each weekday morning, I drop off my four-year-old at preschool, hug him goodbye, and drive back home. Most days, that is the last time I share a room with another human being until he and my wife return home at 5:15 p.m. Often, it’s the last time I leave the house.




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