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The limits of a feminist politics of elite representation
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Democratic candidates are embracing New Age ideas to appeal to white suburban moms, but it might turn off everyone else.
How sexism and machismo shaped a prestigious writing program
Why Third Way liberals saw a glamorous, difficult diplomat as the protector of their values
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2020's slate of female presidential candidates is already making history.
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Why is the story of climate catastrophe so hard to tell?
For too long, Gwen Verdon missed out on her share of the spotlight.
The House Judiciary Committee chair has been preparing for this moment for decades.
Thanks to Trump and the Russia investigation, the liberal network is booming. But is it selling its viewers a conspiratorial fantasy?