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With terrorism scares aplenty, how worried should one be?
Conservative Christians are out to restore their historical legal privileges.
Bad police were not simply a symptom of racism. They were often its agents.
To be useful, history has to help us think about who we should become as a nation.
Yale’s president can't make something less racist by fiat.
Plutocracy, not global competition, harms the middle class.
Bernie Sanders is all-but defeated. What next for progressive activists?
Preparation for democratic citizenship demands humanities education, not just STEM.
The 1968 Kerner report concluded that white racism was to blame for race riots.
Julian E. Zelizer
The family is changing. Will the social contract catch up?
Among the casualties of neoliberalism is the very possibility of solidarity.
The United States will lose the war for control of the Middle East.
Andrew J. Bacevich, Stephen Kinzer
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Andrew L. Croxford
Mariana Mazzucato, Rainer Kattel, Josh Ryan-Collins
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