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Eve Ensler: Our Work Now Is EmbodimentDecember 6, 2013
The artist-activist talks with Michael Klein about surviving cancer, working in the Congo, and how both came together in her latest book, In The Body of the World.
Pratap Chatterjee: Hollywood Without the Happy EndingDecember 6, 2013
How the intelligence community in America fails to achieve the success of its fictonal counterpart.
Richard Falk: Escaping the Abusive State After SnowdenDecember 6, 2013
The modern liberal state needs to find a decent balance between freedom and security.
Jonathan Lee: Scott Cohen’s Unfinished BalladDecember 5, 2013
A photographer who understands Nabokov’s assertion that “imagination is a form of memory,” that as human beings we are forever recreating our own lives.
Christie Thompson: How Bureaucrats Stand in the Way of Releasing Elderly and Ill PrisonersDecember 5, 2013
The Department of Justice has expanded eligibility for compassionate release. But whether that means more inmates are let out early depends on the “compassion” of prison officials.
Taxcast: Transparency Measures and JFK the Tax ReformerDecember 5, 2013
On pariah states attempting to wreck global transparency measures and how Kennedy tried to tackle tax havens.
Leah Carroll: The Revolution is Not a Dinner PartyDecember 4, 2013
On The Punk Singer and Kathleen Hanna’s riotous remaking of American grrrlhood.
Charles Ornstein: Six Questions About HealthCare.gov’s FutureDecember 4, 2013
Will the improvements to the site be enough to ensure consumers can get coverage before the December 23 deadline?