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March 2016

Through Cassius Clay’s transformation first to Cassius X and then to Muhammad Ali, he radicalized the black freedom struggle and became the most famous draft resister and anti-war activist in the world. more

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The vitriol was actually greater from prominent Democratic liberals than from Republican stalwarts. more

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Prejudice lingers, but Muslims now have deep roots in many suburban communities. more

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Republicans in Congress have made a reported 62 efforts to repeal ObamaCare. more

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If Clinton makes it into the White House, will she really fight for this country or will she "triangulate" and compromise with rightwing policies? more

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Abuses of these programs are widespread because employers know they can exploit workers, and because of how the programs are set up. more

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The abuses that guest workers face aren’t due to not speaking English or not being well educated; they’re baked into the power asymmetries that the work visa programs institutionalize. more

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So many streets burn tonight. I’m non-lethal, full of mercy.Infuse your shirt with cheap vinegar, drunk on my mercy.I could’ve held black olives or honeyed Georgia peaches.Instead I’m a mercenary, fumigating without mercy.O smothering night, let’... more

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As the saint of cinema, Moore has arguably set America’s public discourse more than any other single artist. more

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Donald Trump, even before the early caucuses, had profoundly disrupted the Republicans. But how, exactly? more

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