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  • 21 Jul 2021
    Kevin R. McNamara

    The Republican War on Cities

    Voting laws recently passed or awaiting passage in Republican-controlled state legislatures along with the outrageous vote “audit” ongoing in Arizona have been widely covered in the press through a focus on the racial animus that underlies them. Rightly so, given the Republican Party’s increasingly explicit embrace of white-identity politics and the evidence from Georgia, where […]

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  • 21 May 2020
    Tony Crowley


    It’ll be quiet in town now; unnaturally quiet – as when you catch it at that early hour when the few people about are either straggling home from clubs or turning in for the first shift at work. But there are no clubgoers now, only our ‘key workers’ whose social status stands in inverse proportion […]

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