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African Americans

History As End

1619, 1776, and the politics of the past

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Civil Warning

Are we living through another antebellum era?

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Shades of Blue

Late on election night, when the betting markets were just realizing that Trump’s path to victory had narrowed, and leading voices on the left were lamenting the failure of anything…

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The Silenced Majority

Can America still afford democracy?

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You Say You Want a Revolution

Morality is often reduced to choices, and imperfect choices at that. This is the human condition; to accept it and do the best we can is a brave thing, and…

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On Defense

Twenty-five years of fighting mass incarceration in court

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Fighting Words

Ever since a New York Times newsroom revolt over a controversial op-ed, American media—if not American society at large—has been engaged in another round of debate about the limits of…

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System of a Clown

From an interview of Larry Kudlow, the director of the National Economic Council, by Sara Eisen, the cohost of Closing Bell on CNBC, conducted in June. sara eisen: Larry, I…

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