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May 3/10, 2021, Issue
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How to Kill the Oil Hydra
What the Indigeneous-led victory over Keystone XL tells us about the struggle to quash oil pipelines
Misinformation Is Destroying Our Country. Can Anything Rein It In?
Trump is gone, but the right-wing media is alive and well—and will further undermine our democracy if we let it.
How Covid Transformed US Theater
The art form has been forced to reinvent itself.
American Journalism’s Role in Promoting Racist Terror
History must be acknowledged before justice can be done.
Channing Gerard Joseph
Representative Mark Pocan on Amazon and ‘the Arrogance of Corporations That Get Too Big’
The Wisconsin representative whom Amazon attacked talks about the company’s self-serving apology, the Bessemer union vote, and the PRO Act.
We Should Shame Frequent Fliers
Pre-pandemic travel habits were destroying the earth. They must never be allowed to return.
Biden’s First Hundred Days: A Historical Audit
The president has made a promising start on a historically bold agenda. But to deliver, he’ll need to do more to explain how we got here, who is to blame—and what needs to be done.
Robert L. Borosage
Dear Media, Let’s Treat the Climate Emergency Like the Pandemic Emergency
Journalism must reflect what science says.
Minneapolis Grieves for George Floyd
With the murder trial for officer Derek Chauvin underway, these photos show how activists continue to honor him and other victims of police violence.
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Notes on Cant—and Other Ways of Saying What We Don’t Mean
A close relative of hypocrisy, cant speech conceals the iron fist of conformity inside the velvet glove of cliche.
Books & the Arts
Was Marx Also a Social Democrat?
In a new book, Shlomo Avineri explores the social democratic impulses and Jewish origins of Karl Marx.
Who Does Biden Stand For?
The ambiguous origins of the 46th president’s politics.
Overture to a Tragedy
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Pharoah Sanders’s Grand Return
A new collaboration with electronic producer Floating Points has led to a modern-day masterpiece for the jazz master.
Marcus J. Moore
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Letters From the May 3/10, 2021, Issue
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