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Coronavirus news and analysis from The Nation
December 1, 2022
Pandemic Year 3: Who’s Got the Power?
Has public health failed us? Or have we failed public health?
December 1, 2022
The Social Explosion of China’s Pent-up Pain
The anger in China is rooted not in the urban capitalist classes but in the brutal regimes of wealth accumulation, labor extraction, and political power.
Rebecca E. Karl
November 29, 2022
Nancy Fraser’s Lessons From the Long History of Capitalism
She talked to
about capitalism’s evolutions and what the left can do to better prepare for the next political crisis.
November 14, 2022
Doctors Finally Join the Labor Movement
A challenge to Montefiore Hospital in the Bronx by a broad coalition of its own workers is a frontline struggle against the most exploitative tendencies of the whole industry.
November 2, 2022
In the Richest Country in the World, Precarity Is the Norm
Policy-makers in Washington and so many states continue to legislate as if inequality weren’t an emergency for tens, if not hundreds, of millions of us.
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis
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November 1, 2022
In This Time of “Polycrisis,” the Midterms Are More Critical Than Ever
The world’s multiplying crises must be addressed. The question is by whom.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
October 20, 2022
The Death Eaters: Covid in the Liberal Imagination
A call to rescue public health from the dead hand of neutrality.
October 6, 2022
Exclusive: Texas Governor Greg Abbott Used Covid Aid to Pay for a Border Wall
Texas steered $1 billion in federal pandemic dollars to Operation Lone Star, which was used to hire thousands of guards, expand the wall, and bus migrants out of state.
September 30, 2022
No, Joe Biden, the Pandemic Is Not Over
The president’s words were irresponsible and flat-out wrong, but they accurately reflect his administration’s long-standing attitude toward the pandemic.
September 27, 2022
Prisoners Forced to Work for Showers Are Now Being Punished for Taking Them
Regulations to combat a severe drought in California are being used to control prisoners under the auspices of conserving water, people inside San Quentin say.