How do you understand this?
Why do you think the editors at Time felt that everyone else in the world would consider the chaos in Egypt--apt, today, to result in a significant election victory for the Muslim Brotherhood--to be the most important story of the week, but that Americans would prefer to buy a magazine assuring them that anxiety is good for them?
You won't satisfy me by telling me that Americans aren't interested in the rest of the world right now because they're too worried about the economy. Everyone else in the world is just as worried about the economy--the crisis, after all, being global.
There's something odd happening in America, don't you think? What does it mean?