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A clash between a feminist activist and a former Guantánamo detainee divides the left.
Despite brutal repression, a bold resistance movement is defying the US-backed coup regime.
They're baaaaack! Liz, Dick, Bill and the neocons plot to retake Washington.
John Nichols on Kucinich care; Nicholas Kusnetz on free trade with Colombia.
Texas's new curriculum teaches students about: women who adhere to traditional gender roles, the Confederacy, some parts of the Constitution, capitalism, the military and religion.
We support passage of the healthcare legislation, even as we urge the progressive community to begin the struggle immediately to correct its many flaws and improve its protections.
African-American children face threats to their survival, and African-American women are confronted with challenges to their capacity to parent healthy children. But shaming misinformation campaigns do nothing to address these problems.
It's our turn now--and here's our list.
There's more to the legend of Jane Jacobs than her showdown with Robert Moses.
For all its defenders, privacy remains hard to understand.
"There is such a thing as a moral atmosphere." So said Violet Gibson, the woman who shot Mussolini.
Letters to the editor for the April 5, 2010, issue.
This puzzle originally appeared in the April 18, 1959, issue.