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November 25, 2019, Issue

Cover art by: AP / Richard Drew (photo)

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  • Editorial

    Joe Biden: An Anti-Endorsement

    His long record of poor judgment and cozying up to bankers makes him the wrong candidate to take on Donald Trump.

    The Nation

  • Tony Kushner on Making Serious Political Theatre in 2019

    In a conversation with The Nation, Kushner discusses the first major revival of A Bright Room Called Day, his Reagan-era political drama set in Weimar Germany.

    Alisa Solomon
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  • Books & the Arts

    David Maraniss’s Tale of Hope and Misfortune in Postwar America

    In A Good American Family, the journalist and editor examines his father and mother’s youthful idealism and the bitter years of McCarthyism that followed.

    Andrew J. Bacevich

  • Who Gets to Be Color-Blind?

    Thomas Chatterton Williams argues in his new book that race is something individuals can unlearn. But no matter how socially constructed racial identity may be, our lived experience of it is anything but fictitious.

    Ismail Muhammad

  • Did the New Deal Need FDR?

    His political evolution points to a different locus of power than the one liberals tend to invoke when discussing the era’s history.

    Kim Phillips-Fein
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