A Political and Literary Forum
An intelligence report and a new Harvard research project have renewed the public’s interest in UFOs. Neither is likely to change many minds.
Trump is the latest in a long line of politicians who have leveraged the fear of white voters. A new path forward must address the structures and finances that propagate, sustain, and shamelessly benefit from it.
Jonathan M. Metzl
Adhering to a particular sexual or gender identity may mean abandoning the things that make us most unique. So why has identity become the default for talking about who we are and what we desire?
Mark D. Jordan
A new book wants us to navigate life’s crossroads with the precision of a military exercise. But personal decisions are more difficult than even the most consequential political decisions.
Protest is not merely a matter of personal awakening, but of organizing and mobilizing the power needed to change social relations.
Jesse Maceo Vega-Frey
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Samuel Miller McDonald
Andrew L. Croxford
C. P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Robin Dembroff, Dee Payton
Jeffrey S. Kahn
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