John NicholsThe Baltimore Sun provided all the evidence needed for why local newspapers must maintain strong editorial voices.
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John WashingtonAmericans don’t want these jobs, or can’t do them—so a quarter of a million guest workers do them instead.
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Atossa Araxia AbrahamianThe Norwegian territory of Svalbard has been open to citizens of the world since 1920. But don’t call it a utopia.
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Eric AltermanWe can’t ignore a president who spews Ku Klux Klan–level rhetoric, but neither can we allow him to colonize our collective imagination.
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Rebecca GrantThe congressional candidate in Illinois is challenging incumbent Dan Lipinski’s betrayals—and her party’s conservative tendencies.
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Patricia J. WilliamsOn Brexit, race, and criminal justice, Britain’s new prime minister has always played both sides for maximum expediency.
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Pearl Bhatnagar, Anneke GronkeReinvestment is an opening to the path to reparative justice.
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Tim ShorrockSanders is the only one who has incorporated into his platform the ideas and strategies of peace activists.
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Danny GoldbergAtheist, anarchist, cofounder of the Yippies, and countercultural provocateur, Paul’s greatest legacy is The Realist.
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