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US climate politics just got even more polarized. Here’s how Democrats can move forward.by David Roberts11/12/201811/12/201810.50.50.50.5
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Democrats find grassroots organizing might be key to 2020by Joe Garofoli11/11/201811/10/20180.510.5
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Can a 'climate club' help solve global warming crisis?by Stefanie Wnuck7/25/201810/11/20180.80.20.5
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Why I’m Leaving the Republican PartyTom Nichols10/7/201810/7/20180.21
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The Pitchforks Are Coming… For Us Plutocratsby NICK HANAUER
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How Russia Helped Swing the Election for Trumpby Jane Mayer10/1/20189/24/201810.20.2
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What America Still Doesn’t Understand About Fascismby Umair Haque9/3/20189/5/20180.510.5
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Why Americans Struggle to Understand Social Democracyby Umair Haque8/15/20188/21/20180.81
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The Church of Trumpby Alex Wagner8/14/20188/15/20181
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Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropoceneby Will Steffen et al8/6/20188/10/20181
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Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate ChangeWho’s to Blame for Global Warming?by Nathaniel Rich1/1/20181/3/201810.5
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Actually, Republicans Do Believe in Climate Changeby Leaf Van Boven and David Sherman7/28/20187/28/20180.80.50.80.51
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How Russia Conquered America — Without Firing a Bulletby Umair Haque7/16/20187/18/201810.21
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Trial runs for fascism are in full flowby Fintan O’Toole6/26/20187/18/20181
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The Mighty Pen Prevails: In the Digital Age, Handwritten Voter Contact Is a Powerful Secret Weaponby Robbin Zeff Warner and Lisa Guide6/22/20186/24/20180.80.80.5
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Presenting Too Much Evidence Could Make You Lose an Argumentby Cody Gough6/15/20186/19/20180.50.80.8
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Bernie Sanders was right, and Democrats are running on his message. But will the party listen? by Pat Garofalo6/11/20186/11/20180.80.50.80.5
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Tolerance is not a moral preceptby Yonatan Zunger1/2/20176/2/20180.20.20.8
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I Went to All 50 States to Find America’s Heartby Oriana Schwindt4/30/20186/1/20180.20.8
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The Business Case for Caringby William Dowling5/31/20186/1/20180.50.8
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The code I’m still ashamed ofby Bill Sourour11/13/20165/31/20180.2
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How White People Got Madeby Quinn Norton10/17/20145/31/201810.8
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Why America is the World’s First Poor Rich Countryby Umair Haque5/1/20185/31/20180.50.80.8
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The Institutional Turn: Labour’s new political economyby Martin O’Neill, Joe Guinan20185/31/201810.8
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What genuine, no-bullshit ambition on climate change would look likeby David Roberts5/8/20185/10/201810.50.80.80.20.3
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When Everything Is Possible and Nothing Is Trueby Charles J. Sykes5/9/20185/10/20180.50.810.8
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Cloak and Data: The Real Story Behind Cambridge Analytica’s Rise and Fallby Andy Kroll5/1/20184/29/20180.80.80.50.5
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How Everyday Social Media Users Become Real-World Extremistsby MAX FISHER and AMANDA TAUB4/25/20184/27/20180.50.81
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Michael Cohen and the End Stage of the Trump Presidencyby Adam Davidson4/14/20184/15/20180.5
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How the Denver DSA Convinced the Local Democratic Party to Endorse Socialism in Its Platformby Zaid Jilani3/29/20184/6/20180.80.50.5
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A New Study Shows How American Polarization Is Driven by a Team Sport Mentality, Not by Disagreement on IssuesIdeologues Without Issues: the Polarizing Consequences of Ideological Identitiesby Zaid Jilani4/3/20184/6/20180.51
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Harris, Lilla, and the Politics of IdentityJohn Wood3/31/20184/5/20180.51
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Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s hardest year, and what comes nextby Ezra Klein1/2/20184/1/201810.8
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You can now 3D-print a house in under a dayby Mike Murphy3/12/20184/1/20180.510.5
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How Progressives Should Think About Russiaby David Klion3/29/20183/31/201810.80.5
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New Research Reveals Direct Mail to be Most Credible Form of Media Outreach Among Votersby Elena Neely1/31/20183/30/20181
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The Futility of “Big Green” Activism: A Conversation With Tim DeChristopherby Richard Heinberg3/29/20183/30/201810.51
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Extreme Gerrymandering & the 2018 Midtermby Laura Royden, Michael Li, and Yurij Rudensky3/23/20183/29/20181
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The Grim Conclusions of the Largest-Ever Study of Fake Newsby Robinson Meyer3/8/20183/29/2018111
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Global climate change and local land subsidence exacerbate inundation risk to the San Francisco Bay Areaby Manoochehr Shirzaei and Roland Bürgmann3/7/20183/29/201811
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After rising for 100 years, electricity demand is flat. Utilities are freaking out.by David Roberts2/27/20182/27/20181
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How Trump Conquered Facebook—Without Russian Adsby Antonio García Martínez2/23/20182/27/20180.50.8
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How Trump’s Critics Should Respondby David Leonhardt1/30/20182/27/20180.50.8
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The Automatic Weapons of Social Mediaby John Battelle2/16/20182/18/20180.80.8
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How Russia Exploited Black Lives Matter, Sean Hannity, and Mass Shootingsby Kanyakrit Vongkiatkajorn2/17/20182/18/20181
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How democracies die, explainedby Ezra Klein2/2/20182/13/20181
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