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The history of unarmed police brutality is rooted in anti-Blackness.

  • Maryam Aziz
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The police are an insulated political institution within cities empowered to enforce a racialized social order.

  • Max Felker-Kantor
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The right supports free enterprise, but only when businesses toe the line on its other political priorities.

  • Lauren Lassabe
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Only international institutions, planning and a grand strategy can truly prepare us for the next covid-19.

  • Elizabeth H. Bradley and Christopher McKnight Nichols
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The two sides have been making the same arguments about women in the military for five decades.

  • Heather Marie Stur
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Despite vocal critics, broad bipartisan support for drafting women has long existed.

  • Kara Dixon Vuic
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Debunking the myths of the domestic slave trade

  • Joshua D. Rothman
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Black female activists have been reshaping America for centuries.

  • Karen Cook Bell
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Framing restrictions as liberating long justified colonial violence.

  • Catherine Phipps
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Activism doesn't need to focus on government.

  • Blake Scott Ball
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Roger Mudd proved in 1964 that media attention can help overcome Senate obstruction.

  • Donald A. Ritchie
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A border policy divorced from history can’t do what policymakers want.

  • Kevan Q. Malone
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Grunge wasn’t just a Seattle thing, and didn’t flame out as quickly as people thought.

  • Dawson Barrett and Jonathan Wright
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After the coronavirus pandemic, let’s not make the same mistake Americans made in 1822.

  • Perspective

Without monetary compensation, we won’t adequately recognize how housework underpins the economy.

  • Kevin Sapere
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Voting rights uphold human dignity.

  • Kyle Longley
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Thinking of infrastructure broadly during the New Deal set Americans up for prosperity.

  • David B. Woolner
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The popular kids series got history wrong in the 1970s — but it can do better today.

  • Paul Ringel
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  • Perspective

The Civilian Conservation Corps was a booming success — but African Americans were largely excluded from its benefits.

  • Katie Thornton
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  • Perspective

Over 30 years, dramatic consolidation has meant higher prices, fewer treatment options and less incentive to innovate.

  • Robin Feldman
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