Summer, No. 65

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Symposium

The State of Black America

1 MIN READ

Voting Rights: A Critical Two Years

By Wendy Weiser Madiba Dennie

15 MIN READ

Criminal Justice: When Will Black Lives Matter?

By Andrea M. Headley James E. Wright II

13 MIN READ

COVID: The Urgency of Social Justice

By Marino A. Bruce Bettina M. Beech Reena Evers-Everette

13 MIN READ

The Wealth Gap: Equal Returns on Home Ownership

By Dorothy A. Brown

13 MIN READ

Housing: The Vital Role of Counseling

By Cy Richardson

12 MIN READ

Critical Race Theory: The Real Reason for Today’s Moral Panic

By Victor Ray

12 MIN READ

The Food System: A Harrowing Injustice

By Cory Booker

14 MIN READ

Past and Present: The Dueling Constitutional Visions

By Lester Spence

16 MIN READ

Features

Saving Democracy—Realistically

Yes, we disdain the Electoral College. In the meantime, there are more realistic ways to unlock our democratic Gordian Knot.

By Larry Diamond

28 MIN READ

How the States Went Wrong

If the states were ever "laboratories for democracy," they certainly aren't now. Can they be salvaged?

By Jamila Michener

15 MIN READ

Reforming the Electoral Count Act

The 1887 law definitely needs a rethink. But it doesn’t have to be complicated: Let the courts, not Congress, decide things.

By Edward B. Foley

26 MIN READ

Book Reviews

‘To Conquer Callousness . . . ’

The remarkable life of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel leaves little doubt about what he’d be doing today.

By Jo-Ann Mort

13 MIN READ

How the States Went Wrong

If the states were ever "laboratories for democracy," they certainly aren't now. Can they be salvaged?

By Jamila Michener

15 MIN READ

How Georgia Went Blue

It was a long time coming—and then it was sudden. But will it hold?

By Ed Kilgore

12 MIN READ

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