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Economics

The Racist Right Looks Left

At Richard Spencer’s secret conference, white supremacists denounce corporate capitalism.

Donna Minkowitz
Environmental Issues

This Is How the Trump Administration Gives Big Oil the Keys to Public Lands

The Bureau of Land Management is rapidly opening previously off-limits areas to oil and gas drilling.

Adam Federman
Music

Songs of Aggression

A review of popular music reveals striking and distressing similarities in the way men talk about and deal with women in today’s society.

David Hajdu
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From the Magazine

Israel & Palestine

Palestine’s First Intifada Is Still a Model for Grassroots Resistance

A new film reminds us of the power of united, nonviolent action.

Sarah Aziza

Trump’s Jerusalem Gambit Will Speed the Colonization of Palestinian Lands

But Palestinians will continue to seek ways to secure their rights to freedom and equality.

Nadia Hijab and Zena Agha

After Jerusalem, the US Can No Longer Pretend to Be an Honest Broker of Peace

But that might not be a bad thing.

Rashid Khalidi

Politics

Now That Al Franken Is Gone, Democrats Need to Hold Hearings on Trump

They have the moral high ground; now they need to use it to create real accountability for both parties.

Joan Walsh

Donald Trump Has Made Roy Moore the Face of the Republican Party

Will other Republicans do nothing?

John Nichols

2 Progressives Are Fighting to Represent Chicago in Congress

But is the race between Chuy Garcia and Carlos Ramirez-Rosa a sign of progressive strength—or weakness?

D.D. Guttenplan

Culture

Jennifer Egan’s Shadow Worlds

Manhattan Beach maps the networks of power working just below New York’s surface.

Katherine Hill

Shamir’s Reinvention

On Revelations, he trades the glitz and brashness of his early work for a more ruminative and uncertain sound.

Bijan Stephen

Between the News and a Prayer

Danez Smith’s poetry bends language to hope for the possibility of a better world.

David B. Hobbs

Watch and Listen

Listen: The WNBA’s Maya Moore Wants to End Mass Incarceration

WNBA great Maya Moore joins the podcast to talk about the importance of criminal-justice reform.

November 30, 2017

Watch: We’re DACA Recipients, but We’re Fighting for All Undocumented Immigrants

These young activists aren’t going to stop until the rights of all 11 million undocumented immigrants are protected.

September 27, 2017

View: The Borderlands’ Human Stain

Photographs that capture the traces of violence that have plagued the US-Mexico border for generations.

July 27, 2017

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