This election season has been unusual in a variety of ways. In one way, however, it’s been entirely normal, just like previous elections.
To wit: Climate change didn’t come up.
This fact barely needs explaining. It is pretty much what you’d expect, given various features of US politics and human psychology (which I get into below).
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