Wednesday, July 30, 2014

1 What We're Reading Today (7-30-2014)

Here's Proof That the Anti-Abortion Movement Is Winning - The New Republic
Lane Florsheim

The New Yorker Stories You Should Read Before the Paywall Goes Up - Slate
Eliza Berman and Slate Staff

The Girls Obama Forgot - NY Times
Kimberle Williams Crenshaw

Time for an Equal Rights Amendment - Politico
Alexandra Brodsky and Elizabeth Deutsch

Moms Winning the Common Core War - Politico
Stephanie Simon

Get Out of Jail, Inc. - The New Yorker
Sarah Stillman

Sympathy for the Overdog - Slate
Luke O'Neil

RAND Helps to Develop From Coverage to Care, a New CMS Initiative - RAND
Laurie T. Martin and David M. Adamson

Transit of Tomorrow - Chicago Magazine
Adam Doster

Whiteness Is Still a Proxy for Being American - The Atlantic
Peter Beinart

The Unforgotten - Boston Globe
Maria Sacchetti

Syria's War Poets - The Atlantic
Elliot Ackerman

Israel Creates 'No Man's Land' in Gaza, Shrinking Strip by 40 Percent - The Daily Beast
Jesse Rosenfeld

40 Charts that explain money in politics - Vox
Andrew Prokop

The American Idea at War - The Atlantic
James Bennet

Satanists Troll Hobby Lobby - The Atlantic
Emma Green

The New York Times Is a Great Company in a Terrible Business - The Atlantic
Derek Thompson

The Port Authority Thinks It Owns the New York City Skyline - CityLab
Polly Mosendz

Psychologists Find a Surprising Thing Happens to Kids Who Read Harry Potter - Arts Mic
Tom McKay


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