“Cripple” in the news

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The New York Times
· ‘Burning Down the House,’ by Julian E. Zelizer: An Excerpt  
In Gingrich’s era, a crippling form of partisanship came to permanently define how elected officials dealt with almost every issue, ranging from who should lead the parties to mundane budgeting matters to decisions over war and peace.
www.nytimes.com
The New York Times
· A Survivor of Sexual Assault Speaks Out  
“Notes on a Silencing” is a purposefully named, brutal and brilliant retort to the asinine question of “Why now?” What Crawford experiences at the hands of an esteemed institution with the money, power and connections to operate as a “minor nation” is downright crippling.
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The New York Times
· When Bonnie Met Clyde  
When she is nearly crippled in an automobile accident, her poignant, often heartbreaking downfall begins in earnest, with pills and booze her only recourse.
www.nytimes.com
The New York Times
· With Every Stroke, Gaining Confidence In and Out of the Water  
I was in the midst of crippling depression and often had anxiety attacks because of stress.
www.independent.co.uk
The Independent
· UK’s economic capacity 5% lower until Covid-19 vaccine available, report suggests  
To ensure that firms which have borrowed money to help them through the crisis are not crippled by debt, the report calls for a cap on repayments, at 5 per cent of turnover, to encourage investment in growth.
www.channelnewsasia.com
CNA
· Currency crisis impoverishes Iranians, strains economic defenses  
The currency's fall has not only made life more expensive, it may also test Iran's ability to prop up an economy battered by crippling U.S. sanctions and the new coronavirus.
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Seeking Alpha
· The Theory Of MMT Falls Flat When Faced With Reality (Part II)  
Following World War II, America became the “last man standing.” After the war, the devastation of France, England, Russia, Germany, Poland, Japan, and others, left them crippled.
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CNA
· Japanese rafters paddle against the floods amid torrential Kyushu rains  
But with the flooding coming on top of the COVID-19 pandemic that has crippled tourism, he has already decided to cut his losses for this year.
www.france24.com
FRANCE 24
· Brave Japanese rafters paddle against the floods  
But with the flooding coming on top of the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled tourism, he has already decided to cut his losses for this year.
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Sports Illustrated
· Stanton on Hitting Tanaka: 'As Long As He's Okay, I'm Okay'  
Although he was willing it to tail off and whistle past Tanaka, he knelt in the batter's box as it hit the right-hander, sending him crippling to the dirt.