All Views Articles for 2017-11-23

Thursday, November 23, 2017
walmart Peter Dreier
What I’m Thankful For: Food Workers and Anti-Hunger Activists
Happy Thanksgiving to all (except the Walmart board of directors)
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net neutrality protest Matt Wood, Gaurav Laroia
Unless We Stop It, This FCC Order Will End Net Neutrality and Break the Internet
We've read the order. Here's what you need to know.
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Tommy Orange
Thanksgiving Is a Tradition. It's Also a Lie
Sure, it's a tradition. So is the Confederate flag.
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David Orr
Democracy at Risk in These Perilous and Trumpian Times
We are living through the most dangerous challenge to the free government of the United States that anyone alive has encountered. What happens next is up to you and me.
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Sonali Kolhatkar
In the Era of #MeToo, Will Trump's Accusers Finally Be Heard?
Why is Donald Trump still immune from the equal-opportunity whirlwind of public shaming?
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Juan Cole
Remembering Puerto Rican–Americans on Thanksgiving
Because if you don’t have water and electricity, you don't have liberty.
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A general view of the inbound area of the Amazon.com MPX5 fulfillment center on November 17, 2017 in Castel San Giovanni, Italy. "In seeking to defend the living world from the maelstrom of destruction," writes Monbiot, "we might believe we are fighting corporations and governments and the general foolishness of humankind. But they are all proxies for the real issue: perpetual growth on a planet that is not growing." (Photo by Emanuele Cremaschi/Getty Images) George Monbiot
Every Friday Is Black Friday: Why Our Addiction to Consumption and Growth Is Killing Us
Our behavior within the system cannot change the outcomes of the system. It is the system itself that needs to change.
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National Democratic Party – Pole Vaulting Back into Place Ralph Nader
National Democratic Party – Pole Vaulting Back into Place
So what’s the plan for the Democratic Party? Looks a lot like the old plan.
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Kathy Kelly
On the Quality of Mercy
Look around and realize why the young people's question should persist: "Who are the criminals?"
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