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POLITICAL REFORM
Republican leaders continue to let Trump turn the GOP into the white supremacist party

Lee Drutman wrote about how Trump is redefining GOP party values and why no one is stopping him for Vox's Polyarchy.


POLITICAL REFORM
Trump and the Alt-Right Are Not the Real America

After the events in Charlottesville, Yascha Mounk reflected on observing a neo-Nazi rally as a Jewish kid growing up in Germany for Slate.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
The Charlottesville Car Attack Was Terrorism. It’s Dangerous to Call It Anything Else.

Albert Ford wrote for Fortune Magazine about why it's dangerous to call the Charlottesville car attack anything but terrorism.


EDUCATION POLICY
Cost Shouldn’t Keep Students From Taking AP Exams

Lindsey Tepe wrote for Slate about the benefits of online textbooks.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Charlottesville Killing Was an Act of Domestic Terrorism

Peter Bergen wrote for CNN about the terrorist attack in Charlottesville.


EDUCATION POLICY
Don’t Take Away Your Teen’s Phone

Lisa Guernsey wrote a piece for FutureTense in Slate about teenage smartphone use.


EDUCATION POLICY
How a Tougher Test and Chaos in D.C. Just Made Things a Whole Lot Harder for Kids Learning English

Conor P. Williams wrote for The 74 about changing standardized tests for English Learners in DC public schools.


POLITICAL REFORM
Could Donald Trump Stumble Into Nuclear War With North Korea?

Heather Hurlburt wrote for New York Magazine about the chances of war with North Korea and why this situation is different from other arms c


POLITICAL REFORM
These frightening new survey results describe a Congress in crisis

Lee Drutman wrote an article for Vox's Polyarchy about why Congress can't function with its current institutional capacity.


INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
Commentary: Amid White House Chaos, a Rise of the Generals

Since his election President Trump has hired and fired a litany of people. However, military general's have been able to weather the storm.


POLITICAL REFORM
Sorry, Jeff Sessions, but the ‘Culture of Leaks’ Isn’t Ending Anytime Soon

Heather Hurlburt wrote for Fortune about why leaking will remain an integral part of politics and the Executive Branch.


OPEN TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE and PUBLIC INTEREST TECHNOLOGY
You're Not Going to Like Where Congress Is Going with Net Neutrality

Josh Stager and Dipayan Ghosh wrote for Mashable about Congress's approach to repealing net neutrality.