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The Handmaid’s Tale Author Margaret Atwood’s Fear About Trump: 'We’re Losing Time on the Climate Crisis'
Margaret Atwood, the author of the 1985 dystopian classic The Handmaid’s Tale, was already writing a sequel when President Donald Trump was elected—a stunning win that caused many of her already reverential