Rebecca GordonA writer reflects on the Trump era, the state of reproductive health in America, and her decision to get an abortion in 1974.
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Michelle ChenDespite major advancements in accountability, workers across the Global South are still struggling to gain real power in the workplace.
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Joan WalshMike Pence’s border visit wasn’t sanitized, because the Trump administration wants its base to see brown people in cages. The ICE raids that didn’t happen were pre-announced for the same reason.
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John NicholsRashida Tlaib sums it up: “Want a response to a lawless and complete failure of a President? He needs to be impeached.”
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Mark EnglerThirty-five years ago, organizers devised a new way to fight government policies before they’ve been enacted.
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John NicholsThe Census won’t include a citizenship question, but a scheme to use citizenship data for redistricting threatens representation.
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Bob MassieA blue-green coalition between organized labor and climate activists is no longer a pipe dream.
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Elie MystalThe president may have sidestepped a constitutional crisis this time, but what happens the next time the Court rules against him?
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