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Baseball is ideal for explaining American economic precarity: the players try desperately to get home safe, but almost always fail to do so.
Each year around this time we send our readers into summer with a thoughtfully curated list of the titles appearing over the past 12 months that dazzled, moved, and challenged us most.
The promise of a diverse university and a just world is too precious to give up on.
The summer I turned 17, in the springboard pause between high school and university, I began working as a nurse aide in the geriatric rest home and hospital run by my mother.
The American Dream of private home ownership has fueled a system that preys on Black people for profit.
As large spaces where different sectors of the city converge, stadiums are sites of social and political struggle.
Silicon Valley has no mystical powers. It gets away with being thought of as apolitical simply because few have called its bluff.
Why did American police end up in cars? And how did policing the nation’s roads become so racially unjust? In Policing the Open Road: How Cars Transformed American Freedom, legal historian Sarah Seo uses motor vehicle search and ...