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Society news and analysis from The Nation
Today 9:21 am
Letters From the October 9, 2017, Issue
No more piecemeal rights… When small is actually big…
Today 7:46 am
How Much Is Your Health Worth to You?
Exorbitant drug pricing and bad experimental medicine result from putting health care up for sale.
Patricia J. Williams
Today 6:00 am
We Need to Reckon With the Story ‘What Happened’ Tells
Hillary Clinton has a unique perspective on a world-historical event. Why shouldn’t she write a book about it?
Yesterday 4:42 pm
The Death of a Syrian Media Activist
Khaled al Zubi and his brother Osama could have fled to Jordan, but they chose to face threats and hardship so they could report on the war.
Yesterday 4:42 pm
Report From Dera’a, Cradle of the Syrian Revolution
Perhaps because the struggle began here, its spirit has been preserved in its purest form in the south, with a free press and thriving civil society.
Khaled al Zubi
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Yesterday 3:23 pm
The Trump Administration Has a Plan to Alter Protected Landscapes Across America
In a leaked memo, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recommends shrinking or modifying 10 national monuments.
Yesterday 2:38 pm
The Political Genius of Bernie’s ‘Medicare for All’ Bill
It blends a principled stand with a crafty incremental approach.
Yesterday 11:39 am
The Economic Costs of Domestic Violence
The repercussions of intimate-partner violence extend far beyond the home.
Yesterday 11:37 am
Trump’s Very, Very Fictional White House
On a parallel earth—big-league different.
Yesterday 7:00 am
The Real Crisis of European Multiculturalism
As a set of policies and as an ideal for a more pluralist society, it has failed not because of recent waves of immigration but because of how Europeans view their own culture and national traditions.
Joan W. Scott