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The vendetta against him and whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling reflects an antidemocratic goal: the uninformed consent of the governed.
A swift international response could have contained the outbreak.
Though the territory’s street protests have largely died down, the pro-democracy movement proved it was in for the long haul.
California’s affirmative consent law isn’t actually all that radical.
While the Obama administration used cancer metaphors to sell a war, it ignored the spread of a real disease.
Pier Paolo Pasolini was a force against the incoherence hiding in every hypocrisy.
For the German novelist Walter Kempowski, there was no single unifying experience of World War II.
The flesh-eating creature of Gone Girl is a rampaging composite of dollar signs.
How did “one person, one vote” become the rule for statehouses across the country?
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