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"We asked 'Internet for the People' author Ben Tarnoff about why antitrust isn't enough, and whether profit motive is the root of all of Big Tech's problems."
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>"Today’s challenges transcend borders. Can history show us how to cooperate?"
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"For over half a century, liberal organizations, governments, and lawyers have promoted the idea that wars can be made “humane.” The concept’s triumph in the twenty-first century has only served to justify US belligerence and endless drone _...Read More_
"For over half a century, liberal organizations, governments, and lawyers have promoted the idea that wars can be made “humane.” The concept’s triumph in the twenty-first century has only served to justify US belligerence and endless drone _...Read More_
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"How to explain the failures of postwar liberalism without attributing any fault to postwar liberalism? Blame the rich."
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"Increasingly, books are something that libraries do not own but borrow from the corporations that do."
"Increasingly, books are something that libraries do not own but borrow from the corporations that do."
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>"Quntos KunQuest has been in Angola for twenty-five years. But his début novel, “This Life,” isn’t the usual story of time behind bars."
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Long after falling from the Sun and being presumed dead, Icarus has resurfaced into popular culture and the news, making a revelation, contrary to popular belief, that he survived his fall.
Long after falling from the Sun and being presumed dead, Icarus has resurfaced into popular culture and the news, making a revelation, contrary to popular belief, that he survived his fall.
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"I already know what you’re thinking: this is cancel culture gone mad. We should all be able to agree that book burning is bad. Nazis burned books. Nazis are bad. Let’s not get distracted by the fact…"
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Zakiya Dalila Harris’s psychological thriller grapples with ambition and inequality in the workplace.
Zakiya Dalila Harris’s psychological thriller grapples with ambition and inequality in the workplace.
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>"An excerpt from White Magic, by Elissa Washuta. In “My Heartbreak Workbook,” Washuta explores self-help, dating, and coping mechanisms with an exquisite and incredibly powerful lyricism."
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