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Charity or Justice? Pope Francis Revisits Liberation Theology

September 24, 2014 · Online Articles

Under Pope Francis, the Vatican has shown sympathy for a radical Catholic tradition. But Francis sidesteps liberation theology’s most revolutionary ideas. {…}

By Eric Frith
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Segregation’s Long Shadow

September 18, 2014 · Online Articles

What is remarkable in Ferguson is not just the way segregation has been sustained, but the way it maps so cleanly onto patterns of economic disadvantage. {…}

By Colin Gordon
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Ten Points Towards a Two-State Solution

September 16, 2014 · Online Articles

A secure, well-run Palestinian state is more essential than ever, for the sake of justice and for the security of both sides. {…}

By Meredith Tax
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Sectarian Entrepreneurs: How the U.S. Broke Iraq

August 26, 2014 · Online Articles

The current U.S. intervention in Iraq serves as a stark reminder of the colossal policy failures that have plagued the country since 2003. {…}

By Kathleen Cavanaugh
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From Freedom Summer to Black August

August 19, 2014 · Online Articles

Why civil rights activists should champion a little-known prisoner holiday {…}

By Dan Berger
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Between Israel and Social Democracy: Tony Judt’s Jewishness

August 6, 2014 · Online Articles

Beyond Zionism and its discontents, Tony Judt’s Jewishness was a vibrant companion of the historian’s aspiring cosmopolitanism. {…}

By Daniel Solomon
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The Central American Child Refugee Crisis: Made in U.S.A.

July 30, 2014 · Online Articles

The United States has had a long history of supporting repressive governments in Central America, fueling the violence that has caused tens of thousands of children to flee. {…}

By Alexander Main
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Unite Queer

July 28, 2014 · Online Articles

Out in the Union, a new book by Miriam Frank, shows that unions have been crucial to the growth and success of the modern LGBT rights movement. {…}

By Kate Redburn
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Hurling the Little Streets Against the Great: Marshall Berman’s Perennial Modernism

July 18, 2014 · Online Articles

For Marshall Berman, the street was not just the site where modernism was enacted; it was modernism incarnate. {…}

By Todd Gitlin
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Should We Abolish the CIA?

July 9, 2014 · Online Articles

It is time to ask how we can end our pathological dependence on the ineffective and swollen agency. {…}

By Norman Birnbaum
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