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School reform is failing America's children.
Nearly thirty years later, the circumstances of Primo Levi’s death continue to provoke debate.
The social challenges of drug reform
Is digital life soulless or the site of a new transcendence?
Mass incarceration is so politicized that we can't talk about its origins.
Michael Javen Fortner
Off-shoring, tax havens, and other scourges of globalization
Jeremy Corbyn, the new leader of the UK Labour Party, is helping to revive the radical left.
Michael Javen Fortner’s Black Silent Majority makes the controversial case that African Americans backed the Rockefeller Drug Laws.
James Baldwin's letters to his brother
The author's bid against being forgotten.
In Israel and Palestine, two states are still better than one.
But do transparency and smarter government have the power to effect major changes?
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