FUNDAMENTALLY TRANSFORMED: In Paris’s wake, a changed presidential contest — and electorate. “The attacks that killed 130 and injured more than 350 in France’s capital Nov. 13 changed the 2016 contest for president — by changing what voters worried about. Across the country, among both Republicans and Democrats, have come pronouncements of anger and fear not seen after the terrorist attacks in London or Madrid — or even, in some ways, after Sept. 11, 2001.”

The sense that the people running things don’t really care what happens to ordinary Americans is what makes it different this time.