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Gone With the Wind

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

The GOP Has a Clever Plan to Pretend Its Tax Plan Is Tough on Millionaires

Fox News Sure Doesn’t Know How to Spell Myeshia Johnson’s Name

Who Cares How High A.I. Can Score on IQ Tests?

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Punished for
Being Poor

Even a place as progressive
as San Francisco is having
a hard time making
bail reform work.

A Onetime Right-Wing Radio Star Ponders Whether Conservatism Was Racist All Along

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

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The Problem in STEM Education Isn’t a “Pipeline” Problem

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