Once more into the trade breach, dear friends.

How the logic of colonialism endures in mass market advertising.

  • Christopher M. Parsons
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Tempting as defeatism may be, there are practical reasons not to jump on the bandwagon with Jonathan Franzen.

  • Bina Venkataraman
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The popular genre's history is complex, multiracial — and segregated.

  • Jeff Manuel
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And other things former vice president Joe Biden gets wrong about the education gap.

  • Mical Raz
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  • Review

“The Education of Brett Kavanaugh” also recounts the life of privilege that preceded the showdown.

  • Jill Filipovic
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  • Review

In his memoir, he recounts how a Rubik’s Cube helped him expose government secrets.

  • Perspective

No, rich families at elite schools aren’t really paying their own way.

  • Perspective

Our mission there began in response to 9/11, but it became a partnership.

  • Elliot Ackerman
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Gutting environmental regulation to save jobs is a losing proposition. Only a green economy helps workers.

  • Erik Loomis
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The state can step in where the National Labor Relations Board has declined to go.

Yuppies attract cafes and amenities to gentrifying neighborhoods. They also spark rising rents — and even violence.

  • Dylan Gottlieb
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  • Perspective

He dives in to gratify his ego, settle grievances and enrich himself.

  • Perspective

Gender equality isn’t just good for women. It also saves men’s lives.

  • Liz Plank
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  • Review

Ian Urbina argues that businesses and governments are able to operate with impunity.

  • Review

Katherine Eban ignores the fact that brand-name makers have been duplicitous, too.

  • Jeremy A. Greene
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  • Review

In “Because Internet,” a linguist looks at the way online conversation is shaping all conversation.

  • Megan Marz
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  • Perspective

Our ‘fiscal democracy’ is dwindling.

  • Perspective

Skipping stones is a simple pleasure. What happens when someone wins?

  • Molly Pascal
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  • Perspective

The prime minister chats about Chinese interference and governing as a new mom.

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