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War and Peace
August 23, 2016
Is Julian Assange Exposing Innocent People to Persecution With Reckless Leaks?
That’s the accusation from dissidents in Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and elsewhere.
August 19, 2016
This Town Is Sick of Drinking Polluted Water
In one of Alabama’s poorest and most segregated regions, activists are demanding their right to clean water.
August 8, 2016
Undocumented Immigrants Can’t Vote, but They’re Still Making Their Voices Heard
Even without citizenship, undocumented immigrants have a big impact on our democracy.
August 3, 2016
Pramila Jayapal Just Scored One of the Biggest Progressive Victories of 2016
She was one of the first congressional candidates this year to earn an endorsement from Bernie Sanders.
August 3, 2016
According to ‘Oslo’
In J.T. Rogers’s new play, the process of negotiating the Oslo Accords is the only concern; how well they turned out is rendered irrelevant.
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July 29, 2016
Americans Who’d Never Heard of Reverend William Barber II Won’t Be Able to Forget Him After Last Night
His remarkable speech at the DNC put racial, social, and economic justice at the center of the 2016 campaign.
July 28, 2016
The Civil-Rights Movement Made Hillary Clinton’s Historic Nomination Possible
Whatever you think of her, Clinton’s candidacy is an important victory in the long fight for voting rights.
July 26, 2016
Hillary Clinton Can Become the Real Candidate of Change
Clinton needs to go bold:
using her experience and competence as the basis for laying out a big agenda for change that can help build enthusiasm and turnout.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
July 18, 2016
As the GOP Convention Begins, Ohio Is Purging Tens of Thousands of Democratic Voters
Democrats are twice as likely as Republicans to be purged from the voter rolls in the state’s largest counties.
July 6, 2016
What Kind of Justice Can There Be When Judges Have to Find Defendants Guilty to Keep Their Court Open?
A Louisiana court forces defendants to literally pay for their crimes—without questioning whether they can afford to.