People with very different visions of what a just peace looks like must work together to stop this war.
December 11/18, 2023, Issue
Excerpts from the diary of Atef Abu Saif, who has been in Gaza since October 7.
There are far more insights to be found in this week’s elections than in theoretical surveys about a vote that won’t happen for a year.
Subscribers Only Biden Supporters Still Don’t Get That He’s Sinking Because of Gaza
The president’s full-throated support of Israel’s war in Gaza continues to hurt him with young voters and voters of color—and the threat that Trump would be worse isn't resonating.
The state is now firmly held by Republicans, but organizers found a way to reach voters who are appalled by the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Conversations with Jane Hirshfield, poet of the present moment.
Books & the Arts
In Zones of Interest and Occupied City, the two filmmakers attempt to depict the ordinary fascism and everyday violence of World War II.