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How the 2000 Election in Florida Led to a New Wave of Voter Disenfranchisement

A botched voter purge prevented thousands from voting—and empowered a new generation of voting-rights critics.

Ari Berman

Journalists and Journalism

Are You Haitian?

American media upped its coverage of the Dominican Republic’s internment and deportation practices, but the repression of Haitians continues.

Greg Grandin
Economic Policy

For Many Americans, the Great Recession Never Ended. Is the Fed About to Make It Worse?

Why it’s a mistake for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year.

Connie M. Razza
Labor

Zero Waste Remains a Dirty Business

New York and Los Angeles are reforming their waste-management systems, but there’s still a ways to go to clean up the sanitation industry’s labor standards.

Michelle Chen

From the Magazine

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The Water Crisis

The California Drought Is Just the Beginning of Our National Water Emergency

For years, Americans dismissed dire water shortages as a problem of the Global South. Now the crisis is coming home.

Maude Barlow

How Israel Uses Water to Control Palestinian Life

The relentless scarcity is purposeful and integral to Israel’s strategy of “demographic balance.”

Charlotte Silver

Chris Christie Is Turning Tap Water Into a Private Commodity

A new law pushed by the governor makes it even easier for towns to sell their public utilities to private corporations.

James F. Kelly

The GOP Field

Bobby Jindal Broke Louisiana So Badly That Even the GOP Doesn’t Want Him

Inevitability is just about the only thing animating Jindal’s presidential bid.

Zoë Carpenter

Scott Walker Is Trolling Us

Sports as political money laundering is nothing new. But it's difficult to think of an example as brazen as Scott Walker's stadium deal for the Milwaukee Bucks.

Dave Zirin

The Scariest Thing About Donald Trump Is That All the GOP Candidates Agree With Him

When it comes to immigration, Trump is an avatar for the Republican Party’s xenophobia.

Zoë Carpenter
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Radical Histories

The History of American Capitalism You Probably Didn't Learn in School

A multimedia timeline of the fight for a fair economy for all, 1862 - 2015
The Nation

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Election 2016

The Republicans Have Been Trumped; Democrats Can Organize Better Debates

Both parties have their work cut out for them when it comes to improving their primary debates.

John Nichols

Obligatory Donald Trump Cartoon

Have you heard how outrageous he is?

Tom Tomorrow

How the 2000 Election in Florida Led to a New Wave of Voter Disenfranchisement

A botched voter purge prevented thousands from voting—and empowered a new generation of voting-rights critics.

Ari Berman
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The Nation’s 150th Anniversary

Columnists

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Books & the Arts

The Most Eccentric New Yorkers and the Writer Who Loved Them

Joseph Mitchell and his subjects were “all freaks together.”

Robert S. Boynton

Trans Sex Workers Seek Comfort and Vengeance in Sean Baker’s ‘Tangerine’

Sin-Dee and Alexandra find little solace on the LA streets except in each other.

Stuart Klawans

Can We Cure Genetic Diseases Without Slipping Into Eugenics?

Gene editing could correct genetic mutations for serious illnesses. Will it also create a new eugenics of personal choice?

Nathaniel Comfort

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Tell Congress: Do Not Sabotage Diplomacy With Iran

Members of Congress are threatening to sabotage the historic deal with Iran—a move that risks bringing us closer to war.

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