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Who Will Save Us?
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Who Will Save Us?

BY MARK Y.A. DAVIES Corporations are not going to save us. Politicians are not going to save us. Judges are not going to save us. Philanthropists are not going to save us. Preachers are not going to save us. Scientists are not going to save us. Celebrities are not going to save us. Universities are…

A Perilous Path To National Redemption
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A Perilous Path To National Redemption

BY JOE CONASON Although Robert Mueller filed his massive report with the Justice Department, the special counsel must have known he was actually forwarding an impeachment referral to Congress. Between his decision to forgo a criminal indictment of the president and his incriminating recital of the president’s 10 instances of potential obstruction of justice, Mueller…

The Fixer
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The Fixer

BY SUSAN ESTRICH I have to admit I was a little insulted when Michael Cohen explained that his job as Donald Trump’s lawyer was to be his “fixer.” For more than a decade, I was widely known around my old law firm as the firm fixer. “Plumber” was another of my nicknames. Technically, I created…

Reconstructing The Politics Of Power Via MLK
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Reconstructing The Politics Of Power Via MLK

BY NYLA ALI KHAN Politics should no longer be an abstract notion for young people, but a concrete method to bring about long-term reforms, which younger generations could build on. Is the politics of Martin Luther King Jr. relevant today? Can the revival of his political ideology compel millennials to recognize the influence that the…

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