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A philosopher of science on how we can constructively engage with those whose identities are built around dangerous delusional beliefs.
An interview with Ben Burgis about his upcoming book: “Christopher Hitchens: What He Got Right, Where He Went Wrong, and Why He Still Matters.”
On the incomparable experience of prowling through sunken vessels.
H.M. Hyndman was a buffoon and bigot who nevertheless left behind a fascinating account of the early decades of radical politics.
The United States has not seriously tried to end the pandemic. But failed institutions are not inevitable. The solution lies in human agency, solidarity, and political will.
If Biden actually believes torture “goes against everything we stand for,” perhaps he should stop having his lawyers stand for it in court.
Current Affairs economist-in-residence Rob Larson offers a primer on rising prices and an assessment of conservative inflation panic.
America’s leading progressive talk show host, Thom Hartmann, discusses how leftists can effectively counter the conservative talk radio behemoth.
The Daily Show changed political comedy, but Stewart’s persistent non-partisanship has limited his ability to stay relevant.
Author Jim Freeman discusses his new book “Rich Thanks To Racism: How The Ultra-Wealthy Profit From Racial Injustice.”
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