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Julia Conley, staff writer
"History is unfolding on Capitol Hill while most Americans are at work or school and as the nation's public broadcaster, PBS should be airing the proceedings during prime time as [a] service to the nation."
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
"Let's not be timid and behave minimally at a time of maximum threats to our political order," Moyers and Winship write.
"This is not a dress rehearsal our democracy faces. It's the real thing."
Julia Conley, staff writer
"This is a moment in American history where the arc of justice will either be...

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Among the stories of improbable mid-term victories still trickling in, consider Lucy McBath: The African-American two-time breast cancer survivor, retired flight attendant, fiery gun control advocate and mother of Jordan Davis, shot and killed in 2012 for being a black kid listening to music, just won her race in Georgia's suburban 6th Congressional District - a seat held for 40 years by Republicans, including Newt Gingrich and Tom Price. So yeah, there may be hope.