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February 17, 2023
America’s Toxic Romance With the Free Market
A conversation with Naomi Oreskes about her new book with Erik M. Conway,
The Big Myth
, and how market fundamentalists convinced Americans to loathe government.
February 9, 2023
Is “The Dig” the Most Important Podcast on the Left?
A conversation with Daniel Denvir about how his podcast became an essential feature of a radical education, the challenges facing leftist organizers, and much more.
January 20, 2023
Rikers Just Had Its Deadliest Year. Two Authors Explain Why It’s Still Open.
A conversation with Graham Rayman and Reuven Blau about their new book on Rikers Island, a jail system plagued by decades of institutional inertia.
January 6, 2023
How Students Fought for Democracy in 2022
Recent StudentNation coverage highlights the issues weighing on young people—and how they are organizing to fight back.
December 21, 2022
An Unpublished Poem by Paul Newman
Previously uncovered words from the eminent late actor, director, and philanthropist.
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October 31, 2022
Becca Andrews’s New Book Captures the Final Days of Legal Abortion
The journalist was going to celebrate the 50th anniversary of
Roe v. Wade
. Instead, her new book reports on what happened as it fell.
October 25, 2022
Ross Gay on the Labor of “Inciting Joy”
A conversation with the poet Ross Gay about
, an exploration of joy as a critical emotion that “gets us to love, as a practice of survival.”
October 24, 2022
Redefining Freedom With Robin Kelley
A conversation with the historian about the 20th-anniversary of his seminal book
, how the meaning of freedom has changed in the intervening years, the reparations debate, and more.
September 7, 2022
Criminalized for Being Pregnant
The organization National Advocates for Pregnant Women is trying to make sure that law enforcement officials, prosecutors, medical providers, and others know how to prevent criminalizing people for their pregnancy outcomes.
August 26, 2022
Rationing of Medical Equipment Is Costing Disabled People Their Lives
With the government refusing to make medicine and medical equipment accessible, sick, and disabled people have to rely on each other for support.