Mark HertsgaardAmerica’s journalists must do much better this time around.
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Karina PiserNew laws, coupled with preexisting ones, form a web of constraints that marginalize trans people.
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Justin JoqueThe managerial class has deluded itself into thinking it can run corporations—even an entire economy—with brainstorming sessions.
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Rebecca GordonAfter one administration turns a blind eye to torture, we can expect little repercussions for throwing children in cages.
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John NicholsThe former mayor’s strong showings in Iowa and New Hampshire are milestones in American politics.
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Katrina vanden HeuvelProgressive Texans will need to leverage coalitions and grass-roots enthusiasm in November.
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Walter PericThe powerful Las Vegas local’s officers retreated into “fortress unionism.”
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NationActionStand up for immigrant justice!
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Dave ZirinA shadowy, right-wing legal outfit is using sports as a cudgel to smash trans rights.
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