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Solidarity with the Vulnerable at Washington March

My mother has a story she sometimes tells about herself as a teenager in the early 1970s: She was hanging out with some friends in a parking lot when a group of boys came over to say hello. One of them, the captain of the high school wrestling team, looked at my mother’s sister, and, […]

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Ignoring ‘Identity Politics’ Will Only Make Us Sicker

Donald Trump is wrong about more things than one could ever hope to quantify, but his decision to make economic inequality the nominal centerpiece of his campaign was a canny (if deeply ingenuous) political choice. In response to both his win and the ongoing calamity that is and will be his presidency, many have argued that American progressives should […]