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August 30, 2021
The Unemployed Epidemiologist Who Predicted the Pandemic
For years, Rob Wallace warned that industrial agriculture could cause deadly outbreaks at a global scale. It made him an exile in his field.
August 24, 2021
The Centrist Who Taught the Left
How Senator Harry Reid became the most influential mentor to the progressive wing of the Democratic Party.
August 23, 2021
Bernie Sanders’s Third Campaign
As chair of the Senate Budget Committee, Sanders’s big-government message has found its moment.
August 11, 2021
Seeing the Climate Crisis Through the Eyes of Henry Thoreau
“I walk toward one of our ponds,” Thoreau wrote in “Slavery in Massachusetts,” “but what signifies the beauty of nature when men are base?”
August 9, 2021
The Anti-Asian Roots of Today’s Anti-Immigrant Politics
Long before Trump, politicians on the country’s West Coast mobilized a white working-class base through violent hate of Chinese and Japanese immigrants.
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August 9, 2021
The Tents of Venice Beach
This summer, thanks in part to the spread of Airbnb properties, one of Los Angeles's most expensive neighborhoods filled up with tents housing displaced locals.
August 2, 2021
The Collapse of Wild Red Wolves Is a Warning That Should Worry Us All
If the government is already struggling to protect iconic creatures like wolves from extinction in the wild, how will it handle the daunting future?
July 29, 2021
Bob Moses: The Fullness of the Man
More reflections on the passing of “a straight cat.”
Charles M. Payne
July 27, 2021
Sexual Assault in the Military Is Still Going Unchecked. Will Congress Finally Act?
Over the past decade, the incident of sexual assault in the military has risen. Congress may finally have seen enough to mandate reforms.
July 26, 2021
Remembering Bob Moses, 1935–2021
His leadership ushered in alternative conceptions of gender, race, and political power that would, eventually, shake the world.