Monthly Archives: June 2020

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The Trump administration keeps hurting the sources of U.S. power.

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False claims about the president's popularity stoke the grievances of his base.

  • Elizabeth Spiers
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A national monuments program to honor dozens of figures, including the United States Colored Troops, the Greensboro Four and Reconstruction lawmakers, for a start, would create jobs, art and renewal.

  • Sidney Blumenthal and Sean Wilentz
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Children’s books should celebrate diversity — not sameness.

  • Meena Harris
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Jay Clayton's appointment raised questions about the political objective. But he also has no experience or understanding of the job.

  • Ankush Khardori
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America’s pastime is about stats, record books, meticulous rules, rowdy fans and plenty of virus-loving saliva. Without these, is it just peanuts?

  • Bruce Weber
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A closet, a couch and a kitchen counter will do in a pinch, but children need rooms designed just for them.

  • Amanda Uhle
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My mother and I loved her long life. If would have been undervalued had she been alive during this pandemic.

  • Louise Melling
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They want to make criticism of law enforcement taboo.

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There are various paths out of the crises we face today, but the Keynesian one is the most promising.

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