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How to Move Toward Impeachment, Now

A carefully orchestrated process could help strengthen the Democrats for 2020

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The Rorschach Test of Notre Dame

Notre Dame fire provoked universal shock and grief but its meaning has been refracted through radically different lenses

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Trump’s Emergency Is Part Of A Theatrical Tradition — And Congress Plays A Starring Role

In America, emergencies are normal. Whether they are real or not doesn’t seem to matter.

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Left Melancholy, Neoliberalism, and the Investee Condition

An interview with Michel Feher, author of Rated Agency: Investee Politics in a Speculative Age

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Feelings-Positive and Glamour-Obsessed: An Interview with Ben Fama

The New School poet’s forthcoming collection, Deathwish, examines the alienation of post-Internet life.

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On These Truths

History can’t save the world. It can’t even save democracy. But it can offer hope.

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