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Celebrities have long been active in elections, but their focus this time is on democracy itself—not necessarily a specific candidate. reviews the abundance of get-out-the-vote messages this year:
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The Biden campaign is not resting on Trump's racism to secure the votes of Black men, reports.
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"Amplifying prophecies about attacks on the legitimacy of the election ultimately positions QAnon to continue past November," writes:
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“Our boyfriends, our significant others, and our husbands are supposed to be No. 1. Our worlds are backward.” reports on the people who have made a friend their primary life partner:
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When it comes to foreign policy, Donald Trump’s most important characteristic is not amorality or a lack of curiosity; it is naïveté. and assess the president's impact:
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"There are a number of things that highlight the urgency of this election. One is the racial awakening. But if we’re talking about Black males, that’s nothing new," Rep. Cedric Richmond, a campaign co-chair, told me:
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Jeffrey Goldberg 4h
"The machine that moves information through the far-right ecosystem is preparing its audience for the very real chance that Trump will lose. Its goal is simple—to preemptively delegitimize any outcome but a clear victory" by Trump. From :
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Prashant Rao 5h
A deeply-reported, carefully-written, and genuinely thoughtful and surprising piece by and assessing Donald Trump and his foreign policy since taking office:
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Ian Bogost 3h
Offices, governments, even gyms, even weddings went online during the pandemic. Why did colleges insist on returning to campuses, knowing it would be dangerous? Because the purpose of college isn't education—it's "the college experience." My story:
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Jeffrey Goldberg 4h
"The Atlantic of that era did its part in the fight for freedom and equality and union. A few months before the editors published 'Paul Revere’s Ride,' they endorsed Abraham Lincoln for president, and scored the debased ethos of the age...."
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Tom McTague 5h
Here’s the first of my two-part deep dive on Trump’s foreign policy legacy, with the great ⁦. Part one⁩ asks a simple question: What has four years of Trumpism revealed? The answer is not good for Trump, Biden, America—or the world👇
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We’re about two weeks out from Election Day, and the pandemic is accelerating. Our writers make sense of the latest developments. The latest Atlantic Daily, from :
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Here are 25 of the best horror movies you can watch this month, whether you're a scaredy-cat or a genre aficionado (curated by ):
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The companies behind the leading COVID-19 vaccines will soon release the first data from large clinical trials. These results won't be definitive, and it's important to keep sight of the bar a vaccine must meet: It must be good enough, writers :
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Populist and nationalist leaders have benefited from having a like-minded ally in the White House—one who has proved willing to not only turn a blind eye to their illiberal tendencies, but also applaud them, writes :
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Readers respond to recent stories in magazine:
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Like other Democrats trying to flip Republican-held districts, Wendy Davis is trying to woo moderates without alienating progressives, reports.
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The pandemic documentary “Totally Under Control,” about the White House’s mismanagement of the coronavirus, is an unsettling but necessary watch, writes :
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"A multiracial movement must create a place for its members to examine their relationships to one another, with all of their contradictions," writes:
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