Last week, New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art announced a new policy that means out-of-staters will — for the first time in 50 years — pay a mandatory admission fee. While some grumbling continues, the institution’s careful planning allowed it to avoid a backlash that could have expanded into a full-blown crisis.
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