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Opp-Art: Dispatches from the resistance
Syrian Civil War
April 23, 2018, Issue
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April 23, 2018, Issue
Cover art by: Don Carroll
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Confronting the ‘Native Harvey Weinsteins’
When Indigenous women are harassed at work, gaps in tribal law can leave them in a precarious gray area.
How Big Wireless Made Us Think That Cell Phones Are Safe: A Special Investigation
The disinformation campaign—and massive radiation increase—behind the 5G rollout.
No Wonder Teachers Are Saying Enough Is Enough
Public-school teachers around the country have been asked to do more with less.
Trump’s Most Dangerous Betrayal Yet
Trump’s presidency has taken a foreboding turn—from madcap farce and unending melodrama toward grim tragedy.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
6 Minutes and 20 Seconds That Could Change the World
Thanks to young people, especially those of color, this time might be different.
Don’t Delete Facebook, Regulate It
It should be treated like any other vital utility.
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Trump and Brexit Are Symptoms of the Same Failure to Reckon With Racism
The US and UK remain in denial about race, immigration, and their place in the world.
Getting a Job at the White House
What Can Democrats Learn From Robert F. Kennedy’s Presidential Campaign?
Liberals need to find a way to appeal to white working-class voters without betraying their principles.
Books and the Arts
Flirtations With Anarchy
Two new films take different approaches to Joseph Stalin and Karl Marx, two major figures of modern political history.
Fable of the Firstborn
What to Do About the Police?
Two new books examine the austerity policies and administrative overreach behind the expansion of local law enforcement.
E. Tammy Kim
Coming to Terms With Ezra Pound’s Politics
What is the relationship between Pound’s fascism and his poetry?
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Letters From the April 23, 2018, Issue
Enlighten us!… The renewable solution… Let them feel our fear…
Puzzle No. 3462
Joshua Kosman and Henri Picciotto