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Edition 144

Beyond Binaries: Stark Oppositions Can’t Explain the Election Results

Binaries reduce the varied interests of large populations into monolithic blocs and oversimplify the truth about the election results.

Edition 144
Beyond Binaries: Stark Oppositions Can’t Explain the Election Results

Binaries reduce the varied interests of large populations into monolithic blocs and oversimplify the truth about the election results.

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Edition 143
Stop Beating up on Journalism. Let’s Revive It.

Local news is more important than ever. It's time to renew our commitment to it.

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Edition 142
What's Next?

Anne-Marie Slaughter on bridging our differences in the wake of a divisive election.

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Edition 141
The Other Side of Serial

Rabia Chaudry details Adnan Syed’s story in Serial and highlights the difference between being a journalist and being an advocate.

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Edition 140
Open Up! Open Use Policies for Information Can Power Open Movements

Limiting access to information produced with public funds is still quite common. Lindsey Tepe writes on how to change that.

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Edition 139
Military Care in America

We need to find a solution to improve child care in America. Replicating the military's system is not it.

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Edition 138
Investing in Hope: Innovative Finance for the World’s Refugees

We need more and smarter resources to tackle the refugee crisis.

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Edition 137
How Child Care Providers Are Paying for a State's Budget Crisis

Illinois cut funding for early education, including child care. Now parents and providers are paying the price.

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Edition 136
Keep Your Friends Close and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Closer

Congress's decision to overturn President Obama's veto was not one made in our national interest, explains Douglas Ollivant.

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Edition 135
"Political Language Is Not a Separate Force"

In an interview with Julian Zelizer, The New York Times Company CEO Mark Thompson speaks to his ideas on the language of politics.

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Edition 134
We Are Not Our Vote

Black Americans are more diverse than their ballots, writes Theodore R. Johnson.

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Edition 133
Get Education Right from the Start of School

We need to relearn our ABCs and design a primary school system from scratch, says Ruby Takanishi.

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