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Only Washington Can Solve the Nation’s Housing Crisis

by Lizabeth Cohen

The federal government once promised to provide homes for every American. What happened?


Democrats’ Ominous Shift on School Segregation

by Brett Gadsden

It’s not just Joe Biden—the party has backed away from its commitment to fighting segregation in the public schools.



How antitrust laws can save Silicon Valley — without breaking up the tech giants

by Margaret O'Mara

For AT&T in the 1950s, antitrust enforcement helped increase competition while keeping Ma Bell intact.



How Fake News Could Lead to Real War

by Daniel Benjamin and Steven Simon

We think of false information as a domestic problem. It’s much more dangerous than that.



The War Against Endless War Heats Up With Koch-Soros Salvo

by Ronald Radosh

The otherwise ideologically opposed billionaires are the latest unlikely pair to find common ground in the idea that American power is the root cause of the world’s problems.



The Riptide of American Militarism

by William Astore

As Americans wrestled with the possibility of finding themselves in a second looming world war, what advice did the CFR have for then-President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1940?



The white nostalgia fueling the ‘Little Mermaid’ backlash

by Brooke Newman

The uproar over a black Ariel shows how important representation in children’s entertainment is.



There’s More to Castro Than Meets the Eye

by Jonathan M. Hansen

The revolutionary leader fought for and defended the very democratic ideals his government would later suspend.



Roosevelt versus the refugees: One FDR policy that Bernie Sanders never mentions

by Rafael Medoff

Sanders favors a much more liberal U.S. immigration policy. Not Roosevelt. In fact, FDR’s immigration policy was so strict that if Sanders’s father, Eli, had not arrived from Poland before Roosevelt became president, he probably would not have been admitted.



Why We Need More Black Women In Economics

by Keri Leigh Merritt

Recently a group of brilliant, driven, young Black women formed The Sadie Collective, an organization that “seeks to be an answer to the dismal representation of Black women in the quantitatively demanding fields such as public policy, economics, data analytics, and finance.”



What to an American Is the Fourth of July?

by Ibram X. Kendi

Power comes before freedom, not the other way around.

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