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The Good Fight

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The rise of Donald Trump is terrifying. But America remains the world’s best hope for the ideal of a liberal democracy.

Don’t Expect Charities to Come to the Rescue When Republicans Shred the Government Safety Net

A Utah Republican Is Doing More to Challenge Trump Than 99 Percent of Democrats

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