Elie MystalThe Supreme Court could be a galvanizing issue for Democrats, but the presidential contenders have largely ignored it.
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John NicholsHer win is a sweet victory for foes of big corporate money in politics—but it really was a struggle.
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Dave BraneckThirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, German soccer reveals deep and persistent political divisions.
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Lev GolinkinHow crony capitalism and crippling austerity turned democracy into a dirty word.
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Mark WeisbrotWill the US and the Organization of American States once again be able to overturn election results?
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Jeet HeerNew York’s former mayor adds to the Democrats’ billionaire blight—and illustrates the problem with even the most progressive plutocrats.
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Robert L. BorosageSorry, Establishment: She has a plan for that, too.
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Sophie RichardsonUniversities are not taking seriously Beijing’s efforts to stifle free speech on campus.
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Stephen KearseHer debut essay collection White Negroes presents a more artful and nuanced way to examine the frictions of cultures colliding.
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Mark Hertsgaard, Kyle PopeThe Covering Climate Now collaboration is changing newsrooms and public awareness worldwide.
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Danny SjursenAt West Point, Graduation Day felt more like a tragedy than a triumph.
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