Karlos K. HillThe 66-year-old wants to use Black art to transform Compton.
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Ali M. LatifiThe final days of the US occupation of Afghanistan were a nightmarish embodiment of the chaos, corruption, and violence of the last 20 years.
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Danny Sjursen, Lawrence Wilkerson, The NationThe commander in chief’s power to invade and inflict carnage is far too expansive.
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Tariq AliFrom the beginning, the War on Terror merged red-hot vengeance with calculated opportunism. Millions are still paying the price.
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Anthony D. RomeroPublic perception of the War on Terror has shifted dramatically. But its legal and policy infrastructure endures.
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Jake BittleExtreme weather events like Hurricane Ida prove that we need to rethink everything we think we know about the built and natural worlds.
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Jeet HeerIn reckoning with post-9/11 fantasies and lies, don’t forget the role of the press.
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John NicholsDespite what it says, the GOP is the party of capital, not labor.
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