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What I Learned from Reading a Whole Bunch of Trump Tell-Alls

It's not really selling out unless you cash in.
Alex Norcia
4.23.19
WikiLeaks

Julian Assange’s Whistleblowing Doesn’t Make Him Immune to Critique

Yes, he founded Wikileaks and has also flagrantly dodged two sexual assault allegations – both realities can be true at once.
Oscar Rickett
4.12.19
Universities Challenged

An Attempt to Make Universities More Equal Is Making Things Even Worse

Government measures to level the academic playing field are entrenching privilege.
Tom Whyman
4.11.19
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Sadiq Khan’s War on Uber Is Hurting the Wrong People

The London Mayor wants to take the taxi platform to task, but it's drivers, not bosses who are losing out.
Dalia Gebrial
4.2.19
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Now That I Know the World is Doomed, Should I Get Into Advertising?

I’ve marched against climate change. I’ve read Naomi Klein. What else can I do?
Jordan Foisy
3.28.19
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Everything You Learn Exploring Black Women's Visibility in Grime

Author Yomi Adegoke on the lessons she learned and challenges she faced when making an upcoming documentary for BBC Radio 4.
Yomi Adegoke
3.28.19
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Trump Never Had Anything to Fear from an Insider Like Robert Mueller

We have effectively written white-collar crime and public corruption out of the US code.
David Dayen
3.28.19
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Making Friends Is Tough After You Leave a Cult

How Seven of Nine from ‘Star Trek Voyager’ spoke to my social dilemma.
Star Spider
3.26.19
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Egging Politicians Is Good, Actually

The egging of a xenophobic Australian politician shows how much power there is in confronting your opponents in public and making them look dumb.
Karen Geier
3.21.19
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Democrats Love Medicare for All, They Just Don't Know What It Means

The Democratic primary is shaping up to be yet another election decided by the politics of healthcare.
Harry Cheadle
3.20.19
Christchurch shooting

As a Muslim New Zealand Woman, I'm as Angry as I Am Sad

"For so long we have been told to be quiet, to be invisible, to know our place and apologise for our very existence."
Pakeeza Rasheed
3.18.19
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Can You Become President Just by Being Really, Really Charming?

Beto O'Rourke's campaign promises to be driven more by personality than ideology. Will Democrats go for it?
Harry Cheadle
3.15.19
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