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Check out these recent articles from around the web: Why American Teens Are So Sad by Derek Thompson: “The Internet exposes teenagers not only to supportive friendships but also to bullying, threats, despairing conversations about mental health, and a slurry of unsolvable global problems—a carnival of negativity. Social media places in every teen’s pocket a… Read More Around the Web

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Check out these recent articles from around the web: The West’s moral calculi become more fraught as genocide looms and oil prices rise by Michael Sean Winters: “We are facing evil, and we need to resist it. But if that resistance is not marked by moral seriousness, that resistance could perpetuate the violence instead of… Read More Around the Web

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Check out these recent articles from around the web: Whoopi Goldberg’s American Idea of Race by Adam Serwer: “The Nazi Holocaust in Europe and slavery and Jim Crow in the United States are outgrowths of the same ideology—the belief that human beings can be delineated into categories that share immutable biological traits distinguishing them from… Read More Around the Web

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Check out these recent articles from around the web: The Systemic Realities Created by Legal Abortion by Tish Harrison Warren: “Instead of building the equality of women on our actual flourishing, we as a culture predicate gender equality on a technological intervention that denies what female bodies actually are and what they do.” How pro-lifers… Read More Around the Web

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Check out these recent articles from around the web: Your Bubble is Not the Culture by Yair Rosenberg: “Many cultural critics live in an unrepresentative internet bubble. Much of the current divergence between elite discourse and popular preference can be reduced to a simple heuristic: Most critics are on Twitter; most consumers are not. If… Read More Around the Web

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Check out these recent articles from around the web: The Facebook Papers: ‘History Will Not Judge Us Kindly’ by Adrienne LaFrance: “Thousands of pages of internal documents offer the clearest picture yet of how Facebook endangers American democracy—and show that the company’s own employees know it.” Going Gray by Susan Bigelow Reynolds: “Death was doing… Read More Around the Web

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Check out these recent articles from around the web: We Weren’t Happy Before the Pandemic, Either by Esau McCaulley: “The pandemic has disabused us of the illusion of time as a limitless resource and of the false promise that the sacrifices we make for our careers are always worth it.” This Is Our Chance to… Read More Around the Web