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Women's March: After First Year of Trump's Anti-Woman Agenda, Marches Mobilize Voters
With attention on immigrant rights, gun control, and the #MeToo movement, protesters across the country mobilized in support of issues impacting women
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When Economic Growth Indicates Failure
For the well-being of most everyone—including the rich—equality is more important than growth.
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The Worst Thing About Year One of Trump: Fascistization of Cable News
Despite the impression that Trump hates the press and forms a danger to it, the mass media actually has fallen for him, hard
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Trump Administration Turns ICE Into Tool for Political Repression
The Trump administration has emboldened ICE, opening up immigration rights activists to any efforts by ICE to remove the very people who are successfully campaigning against their abuses of power
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Sanders Slams Trump's Anti-Immigration Ad, Backs Border Wall Talks to Protect Dreamers
In CNN interview, senator called potential mass deporation of DACA recipients a "stain" from which the U.S. would never recover
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Exceptional Indifference: An International Perspective on U.S. Poverty
The visible levels of poverty and of inequality in the United States are not unique to this country, but sometimes it takes an international perspective to bring America’s limited responses to poverty into relief
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As Washington Inflames Tensions in Syria, Turkey Launches Airstrikes Against U.S.-Backed Kurdish Forces
More than 100 targets were bombed Saturday, days after Turkey threatened attacks unless U.S. withdrew support for Kurdish forces
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America's '2+2=5 Moment' Is a Scary Lurch Toward Autocracy
There's a very real difference between twisting facts and blowing them up, to create a state where objective truth not only no longer matters but doesn’t even really exist.
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One Year On, Reflecting and Refining Tactics to Take Our Country Back
"2018 will only be a pivotal year if we are prepared to do the work."
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The Immigration Debate We Must Not Lose
"As I look at the Republicans who are leading the charge against immigration, I see descendants of Germans, Irish, Italians, and Jews—all of whom were once reviled, locked out, and victims of bigotry."
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