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America’s most popular movie is a nostalgic vision of the Confederate South. Should it be banned or taught?

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America’s civil-military divide is a huge problem. John Kelly’s remarks will only make it worse.

Punished for
Being Poor

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a hard time making
bail reform work.

John Kelly Was Right to Note America’s Civil-Military Divide. His Remarks Will Make It Worse.

In San Francisco, Defendants Are Still Locked Up Because They Can’t Afford to Buy Their Freedom

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