Robert LipsyteSixty years ago, it seemed remarkably clear how crucial it was that men stop leaving women to face this nightmare essentially alone—and it still does.
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Andrew McCormickAt a time of many crises, new climate reporting from The Guardian shows just how far off-target we’ve come.
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Ashley BishopLos Demolicionistas—“the Demolitionists”—have organized to stop nonunion employers from taking advantage of immigrant workers.
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Gregg GonsalvesThe logic behind “cases don’t matter”—the drumbeat of medical professionals pushing us back to normal—is a direct violation of the oath to “first, do no harm.”
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John NicholsThe Pennsylvanian is one of several progressives who are leading in key races nationwide, beating super PAC cash and centrist candidates.
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Khury Petersen-Smith, Azadeh ShahshahaniRacism lowers the floor for how all people are treated. But it’s not too late to change.
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Jonathan ZimmermanSome essential lessons from an earlier culture war.
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Laila Al-Arian, Dalia HatuqaThere needs to be an independent investigation by an international body into Shireen’s death—otherwise, it will be the latest example of Israel’s impunity.
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Claudia DreifusIn the wake of the Supreme Court leak, the former president of Catholics for a Free Choice discusses the moral obligation to take care of women in need of abortions.
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Omar G. EncarnaciónAfter centuries of living under some of the most draconian abortion laws imaginable, millions of women in Latin America now have access to legal abortion. How did they do it?
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Katrina vanden HeuvelThe gun control movement faces many challenges, but advocates’ passion is rising.
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