A Political and Literary Forum
Trump's infrastructure proposal is more propaganda than plan.
Max B. Sawicky
Conservatives routinely deny that gender is fluid. Yet they have feminized Comey in order to bring him down.
Financial reforms are on Trump’s chopping block, and the stakes extend far beyond the economy.
K. Sabeel Rahman
The history of Latin America is littered with failed experiments in populism.
Pablo Piccato, Federico Finchelstein
Bernie Sanders sat down with us to talk about the future of progressive politics. This is what he said.
Our defense budget is like an annual gift card for military adventures. Increasing it now is a terrible idea.
Benjamin H. Friedman
On the legal and ethical scope of surveillance.
For too long we have acquiesced to Islamophobic government policies. The cost of our silence is now clear.
Amna Akbar, Jeanne Theoharis
Taking a stand against Trump has material consequences for government workers. Here's how we can help.
Our democracy may depend on government workers, and indeed all of us, saying "I would prefer not to."
Calling the nations subjected to the ban Muslim is sloppy, misguided, and dangerous.
Elizabeth Shakman Hurd
Five signs of a totalitarian regime.
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
Shellyne Rodriguez, Billy Anania
David Theo Goldberg
Carmen Lea Dege
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