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Ken Ward and Jay O'Hara are reminiscent of the human-centered, Quaker-inspired anti-nuke founders of Greenpeace.
How did a president beloved by Jews come to be regarded as an anti-Semite who refused to save them from the Nazis?
The problem is not that Zimmerman was afforded the presumption of innocence. It is that Trayvon Martin was not—and that defendants who look like him are denied that right every day.
The popular revolt against the incompetent Morsi government was inspiring—but the coup that followed sets a dangerous precedent.
How long are we supposed to remain calm when the laws we are called on to respect are an open assault on our humanity?
Afraid your record of sexual misconduct will ruin your electoral prospects? No problem!
An inspiring grassroots movement is fighting back against the GOP’s outrageous budget cuts and attacks on democracy.
Egypt cannot have a future as a viable, pluralistic democracy without the Muslim Brotherhood’s participation.
Why, to Beltway reporters, Glenn Greenwald is no Bob Woodward.
Republicans long ago embraced a whites-only political strategy—and continue to reap its rewards in Southern states.
Alexei Ratmansky’s Shostakovich Trilogy renders the composer’s world and life in the Soviet Union through dance at American Ballet Theatre.
Angus Burgin revisits Friedrich Hayek’s Mont Pelerin Society in The Great Persuasion.
Response to “Letter to The Nation From a Young Radical”
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