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Roundup Top 10!

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Roundup Top 10

 

It’s time to stop viewing pregnant women as threats to their babies

by Kathleen Crowther

How Georgia is continuing a centuries-long tradition, and why it must stop.

 

Why we can — and must — create a fairer system of traffic enforcement

by Sarah A. Seo

Its discretionary nature has left it ripe for abuse.

 

 

If judicial nominees don’t support ‘Brown v. Board,’ they don’t support the rule of law

by Sherrilyn Ifill

Few of us — no matter our race, color or creed — would recognize our democracy or legal system without the changes touched off by this momentous civil rights case.

 

 

How anti-immigrant policies thwart scientific discovery

by Violet Moller

By hindering international collaboration, the Trump administration has triggered a “brain drain.”

 

 

Why We Still Care About America’s Founders

by Rick Atkinson

Despite their flaws, their struggle continues to speak to the nation we want to become.

 

 

Rashida Tlaib Has Her History Wrong

by Benny Morris

The representative’s account of the Arab-Israeli conflict relies on origin myths about the birth of Israel.

 

 

A Whitewashed Monument to Women’s Suffrage

by Brent Staples

A sculpture that’s expected to be unveiled in Central Park next year ignores the important contributions of black women.

 

 

Redacting Democracy

by Karen J. Greenberg

What You Can’t See Can Hurt You

 

 

Men Invented ‘Likability.’ Guess Who Benefits.

by Claire Bond Potter

It was pushed by Madison Avenue and preached by self-help gurus. Then it entered politics.

 

 

 

Special Focus: Impeachment

What Democrats Can Learn About Impeachment From the Civil War

by Jamelle Bouie

Lesson One: Don’t let Trump take the initiative.

 

How the Mueller report could end the Trump presidency without impeachment

by Jasmin Bath

Democrats should run on a message from 1860: You need a president you can trust.

 

 

An Open Memo: Comparison of Clinton Impeachment, Nixon Impeachment and Trump Pre-Impeachment

by Sidney Blumenthal

The facts and history indicate that the Clinton case bears little if any relevance to the Trump one, while the Nixon case shows great similarity to Trump’s.

 

 

The Precedent for Impeachment: Nixon, Not Clinton

by Kevin Kruse and Julian Zelizer

"Blumenthal, who had a front row seat to the Clinton drama, understands that there are major differences between these two instances."

 


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