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Despite the Gamergate backlash, a new generation of activists is working to end the racial, sexual and gender stereotypes promoted by the video-game industry.
If nominated, I will run. If elected, I will serve.
The impact of Cold War anticommunism on our national life has been so profound that we no longer recognize how much we’ve lost.
The novelist discusses religion, history, language and the importance of moral scrutiny.
In their defense of “tradition” against the liberating potential of architecture, Prince Charles and Xi Jinping find unlikely common ground.
“Stay to the end…and read everything”: Reporting the Iran/Contra scandal taught me everything I needed to know about covering Washington.
The Nation and Alice in Wonderland were born within days of each other. In this seditious reading, they rejoin the dance.
Over The Nation’s 150-year history, each new generation of radicals and reformers has contested the promise—and the meaning—of freedom.
Covering the island has been a central concern for The Nation since the beginning—producing scoops, aiding diplomacy, and pushing for a change in policy.
How to be committed without drinking the Kool-Aid—and other things Andy taught me.
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