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Natalie Shure is a writer and researcher in Boston. Her work focuses on history, health, and politics.
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What Nina Turner's Loss Can Teach Future Progressive Candidates
Aug 07, 2021
Biden's HHS Pick Will Be In a Position to Finally Take On the Healthcare Industry
Dec 07, 2020
The Squad Is Growing: A New Crew of Left Challengers Is Bringing Movement Politics to Congress
Oct 16, 2020
Now Comes the Difficult Work of Pushing the Biden-Harris Ticket Left
Aug 12, 2020
Don't Shame Protesters and Park-Goers Over Covid-19 Spreading--Shame Corporations and the State
Jun 06, 2020
The Insulin Racket
Jun 24, 2019
Why Are These Labor Unions Opposing Medicare for All?
Dec 17, 2018
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