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College Sports Aren't Like Slavery. They're Like Jim Crow.
The New Republic Online - 3 Hours ago
U sually the inventor knows his creation best. Walter Byers, who became the first executive director of the NCAA in 1951, turned a toothless organization into one that controls college sports. He grew
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One Kid's Passport Could Determine the Future of Presidential Power
The New Republic Online - 5 Hours ago
F or seven months in 2011, the United States carried much of the weight in NATO’s extensive Libya campaign. Now, an American-led coalition is pummeling targets in Iraq and Syria. Neither of these extensive
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How to Reduce the Voting Gap
American Prospect - 5 Hours ago
Over the last three decades, research suggests,  the class bias  of the voting public has increased dramatically. In the 2012 election,  there was  a 33 point gap between the turnout rate of the highest
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Scott Brown Forgot to Study the New Hampshire Map Before Running for Senate There
The New Republic Online - 11 Hours ago
O ne of the more entertaining subplots in this otherwise dreary campaign season has been watching Scott Brown pass himself off as a New Hampshirite in his run for the Senate from that state, just two
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Are GOP Donors Going to Get Anything In Return For Their Millions?
American Prospect - 12 Hours ago
If you're a liberal zillionaire who contributed lots of money this year to prevent a Republican takeover of the Senate, on Tuesday you're probably going to be pretty unhappy. Which is why, Ken Vogel of
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Tim Cook's Coming Out Is Inspirational. Just Don't Expect More Fortune 500 CEOs
The New Republic Online - 16 Hours ago
O ther than Russia's notorious anti-gay activist Vitaly Milonov calling for a “lifetime ban” on Tim Cook's travels, the reactions to the Apple CEO's coming out Thursday were mostly predictable and tame.
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The Justices Are Talking About Obamacare Again on Friday
The New Republic Online - 16 Hours ago
C ontrol of the U.S. Senate for the next two years will depend on what voters decide when they cast their ballots next Tuesday. But the success of Obamacare may hinge more on what the justices of the 
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Obamacare Is Back at the Supreme Court on Friday
The New Republic Online - 17 Hours ago
Control of the U.S. Senate for the next two years will depend on what voters decide when they cast their ballots next Tuesday. But the success of Obamacare may hinge more on what the justices of the 
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Why Did the Ultra-Religious, Anti-Gay President of "God's Harvard" Suddenly Resign?
The New Republic Online - 10/31/2014
L ate in the afternoon of Wednesday, October 15, the students of Patrick Henry College were called to an all-campus meeting. Patrick Henry College President Graham Walker announced his resignation, effective
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Tea Party Populism Is Dead. The GOP Is Back in Bed With Wall Street.
Gilmer Mirror - 6 Hours ago
The rise of the Tea Party insurgency in 2009 and 2010 came with an oft-overlooked benefit for the Republican Party and conservative movement. Read more: Tea Party Populism Is Dead. The GOP Is Back in
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A D.C. cure: Take the hard votes
Los Angeles Times - 10/28/2014
“What day is it?” “It's today,” squeaked Piglet. “My favorite day,” said Pooh. As a proud member of the “don't just do something, sit there” school of politics, I don't fret much about partisanship
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This Michigan House Race Has Become a Last-Minute Battleground for Outside Spending
The New Republic Online - 10/30/2014
T he forecasts are looking good for Republicans in Tuesday's congressional elections — but could one of their most powerful representatives be in trouble? In Michigan, Fred Upon, the chairman of the House
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Halloween Is Manufactured Fear. Mexico's Day of the Dead Is All Too Real.
The New Republic Online - 10/30/2014
A mericans have a strange fascination with artificial fear. The Halloween industry is  worth around $8 billion , an annual capitalistic ritual of predictable costumes and tacky decorations — fake limbs
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On Realism, Old and New
American Prospect - 10/30/2014
This article appears in the Fall 2014 issue of The American Prospect magazine. T hough few people realize it, it was Bill Clinton who first uttered the phrase on which U.S. foreign policy has remained
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They're All Randians Now
American Prospect - 10/30/2014
In public opinion, the battle over the Affordable Care Act has come to a stalemate. Depending on how you ask the question, a majority of the public disapproves of the law, but a majority also doesn't
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Thursday's GDP Report Will Tell Us a Lot About the Economy
The New Republic Online - 10/30/2014
A t 8:30 am this morning, the Commerce Department will release its first estimate for GDP growth in the third quarter of 2014. It’s one of the most important economic data releases of the year to date
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How Female Comedians Went from Self-Hating to the Self-Help Shelf
The New Republic Online - 10/30/2014
A funny thing happened on the way to the advice and self-help section at Barnes & Noble: women comedians. This week marks the publication of Amy Poehler’s  Yes, Please , a memoir and essay collection
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The Russian Sanctions Are Working: Putin Can't Keep Buying Popularity
The New Republic Online - 10/30/2014
T hanks to western sanctions and the Kremlin’s bans on foreign imports, Russia’s economic prospects look gloomy. In September, inflation reached a three-year peak, and could exceed 8 percent by the end
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Think the Midterms Don't Matter? Tell That to 70,000 Poor, Uninsured People in Maine.
The New Republic Online - 10/29/2014
T he stakes of the 2014 midterm elections, as many have noted, seem awfully low. Yes, control of the Senate is up for grabs, but there’s only so much Republicans will be able to accomplish in the face
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The Pope Has More Faith Than the GOP in Science
The New Republic Online - 10/29/2014
Unlike some American politicians, Pope Francis doesn’t see science as an adversary. In an address at the Vatican on Monday, Francis said scientific theories like the Big Bang and evolution are not at
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Why Can't the Media Give Obama Credit for Crisis Management?
The New Republic Online - 10/29/2014
P resident Barack Obama would likely be the first to admit that his administration’s response to the first case of Ebola in the United States was not perfect. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Why Doesn't MIT Trust Its Own Students to Recognize Sexual Assault?
The New Republic Online - 10/29/2014
T he hysteria surrounding campus sexual assault reached a new pitch yesterday when MIT released the results of a survey on the subject. The university reported that 17 percent of female undergrads and
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Scott Walker Is Scared He Might Lose—and He's Already Blaming His Fellow Republicans
The New Republic Online - 10/28/2014
T he polls are generally not trending well for Democrats in the final days before the 2014 midterms, but it’s increasingly looking not inconceivable that the party’s loss of the Senate could be accompanied
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Enough Already! Massachusetts' Martha Coakley Isn't "Choking."
The New Republic Online - 10/28/2014
T here’s always been a predetermined quality to Martha Coakley’s campaign for Massachusetts governor — with pundits and politicos just waiting for her to fall on her face so that they can flash the “choke”
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Bloomberg's New Elite-Education Initiative Has a 'Good Will Hunting' Problem
The New Republic Online - 10/28/2014
O n Tuesday, a coalition led by former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg announced an ambitious new philanthropic effort aimed at increasing the ranks of low-income students who apply to and attend our
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