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He doesn’t truly understand the problems plaguing black America and their racist roots.

  • Tyler D. Parry
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Any effort to slow population growth must center on reproductive justice.

  • Caitlin Fendley
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Attorney General William Barr's attempts to politicize the Justice Department could have been stopped before they began: during his Senate confirmation.

  • Annie L. Owens
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The policy inflicted lasting damage, which Bloomberg and other officials ignored.

  • Philip V. McHarris
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We don’t need a candidate whose first instinct is to excuse the toxic practices of bankers — and blame their victims.

  • Robert Kuttner
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  • Review

David Enrich tells an intriguing tale of what went wrong at the world’s largest bank.

  • Perspective

Despite what Sanders says, Democrats still have to persuade voters in the middle.

  • Ruy Teixeira
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The White House isn't just damaging the rule of law: It's also inadvertently laying bare a profound disparity in the justice system.

  • Sarah Lustbader
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  • Perspective

Why the usual coronation might instead be a real nomination fight

  • Jeff Greenfield
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  • Review

Jessica Stern aims to find out by talking to Bosnian Serb war criminal Radovan Karadzic.

  • Anthony Dworkin
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  • Review

Jerry Mitchell recounts how his reporting helped reopen cases against civil-rights-era killers.

  • David J. Garrow
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  • Review

Andrea Bernstein traces the rise of two families amid a changing political landscape.

  • James Kwak
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  • Review

Jeff Madrick also proposes a solution: Cash payments to benefit poor children.

  • Mark R. Rank
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  • Perspective

An acrimonious debate about whose plan is better can only hurt the candidates.

  • Julia Ioffe
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Americans want — and need — regulation of microtargeting now.

  • Dannagal G. Young and Shannon C. McGregor
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Autism Speaks now talks about diversity. But it has actively contributed to the hostility autistic people face.

  • Sara Luterman
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How did the most diverse field in history wind up like this?

  • David Dennis, Jr.
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As we remember the 19th Amendment, we shouldn’t forget what came before it.

  • Katherine Kitterman
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  • Perspective

No, he didn’t wear a wig, and he wasn’t a great military commander.

  • Alexis Coe
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