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We Are Witnessing the End of “Roe v. Wade”

If there is one lesson to be learned from yesterday’s Dobbs hearing, it is that the Supreme Court will gut abortion rights, one way or another.

Elie Mystal

War on Terror

Duty, Honor, Country: Ian Fishback and the Idea of America

This uniformed whistleblower sacrificed his life for this nation no less than the several thousand who fell in battle.

Andrew J. Bacevich
Supreme Court

Thinking Beyond “Roe”

If Supreme Court rules as expected, a group of committed abortion rights supporters is ready to fight to “liberate abortion.”

Amy Littlefield
Journalists and Journalism

Ping!! How Those Trump/Russia Stories Got Shopped to the Media

Thanks to recent indictments and ongoing lawsuits about an alleged Trump computer back channel to Moscow, we can now see just how journalists got played—and who played them.

Barry Meier
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Politics

Senators Meet For Weekly Policy Luncheons

The Republicans Have Become the Party of Organized Violence

Right now, the GOP views threats of violence as offering a political advantage with no real downside. Normalization of this behavior by President Biden or the media will only make it worse.

Jeet Heer
Brittany Ramos DeBarros Took on the War Machine. Now She’s Running for Congress.

Brittany Ramos DeBarros Took on the War Machine. Now She’s Running for Congress.

Can an anti-war ex–Army officer defeat a centrist Dem and a Trumpian Republican in New York City’s most conservative district?

Liza Featherstone
Women Are Changing the Look of Leadership

Women Are Changing the Look of Leadership

Our visual understanding of power has always been male-coded.

Alexis Grenell

World

Helsinki, Finland

Finnish Democracy Is on the Brink

Finland is vulnerable to the same threats that confront democracies across the EU—the popular appeal of nativist parties, polarized political discourse, and cyber-bullying of minority and female politicians.

David L. Kirp
Europe’s War on Woke

Europe’s War on Woke

Why elites across the Atlantic are freaking out about the concept of structural racism.

James McAuley
Book Burning in India

The Hindu Right and Attacks on Academic Freedom in the US

Every scholar who conducts research on India is aware that their publications are probably being monitored—and that taking a critical position can lead to threats, beatings, and even murder.

Vinayak Chaturvedi

Culture

Health Care Reform’s History of Utter Failure

Health Care Reform’s History of Utter Failure

Cohn shows how repeated failures by Democrats and Republicans to get a decent policy through our 18th-century constitutional structure led to the strategy that produced the Affordable Care Act.

Ryan Cooper
Gayl Jones’s Epic of Liberation

Gayl Jones’s Epic of Liberation

In her new novel, Jones offers a story of slavery and freedom in the Americas.

Farah Jasmine Griffin
John Rawls and Liberalism’s Selective Conscience

John Rawls and Liberalism’s Selective Conscience

With its doctrine of fairness, A Theory of Justice transformed political philosophy. But what did it leave out? 

Olúfémi O. Táíwò

Watch and Listen

Listen: White Vigilantes and Black Protest

John Nichols on Kyle Rittenhouse plus Eric Foner on housing.

November 24, 2021

Listen: Jen Fitzgerald: A Poet Without a Home

Listen to the full episode of Going For Broke With Ray Suarez

November 15, 2021

Listen: John Koopman: Stars and Stripes and Strip Clubs

Listen to the full episode of Going for Broke With Ray Suarez.

November 8, 2021
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