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The Nation: September 19/26, 2022 Issue How Kansas Kept Abortion Legal

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How Kansas Kept Abortion Legal
When voters, even in a deep-red state, had the chance to decide for themselves, they protected abortion rights.
AMY LITTLEFIELD
FROM THIS ISSUE
Deal With the Devil
The roots of the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe go back 50 years, to when zealots preaching a gospel of misogyny and homophobia—led by an accused sexual predator—took over the Southern Baptist Convention, America’s largest Protestant denomination.
SARAH POSNER
Jordan Peele’s Extraterrestrial Americana
Telling a tale of cowboys, aliens, and Hollywood, the director’s third feature film, Nope, is his most successful cinematic spectacle to date.
STEPHEN KEARSE
President Biden’s Debt Relief Is Just the First Step
Now that the president has canceled student debt once, he can do it again.
ELENI SCHIRMER FOR THE NATION
The Democratic Party Shouldn’t Be a Gerontocracy
Half the US population is under 40—someone born during the Truman administration can barely grasp what life is like for them.
KATHA POLLITT
THE NATION EXPLAINS” IT ALL
Introducing “The Nation Explains,” a smart new video series covering the most pressing issues of the day—from a decidedly left perspective. Our inaugural episode, “How To Get To The Negotiations Table” signals the magazine’s core commitment to lifting up the labor movement. In it, Nation strikes correspondent Jane McAlevey details why the hard part comes after you’ve won your vote to form a union—and explains the three proven ways workers can win at the table. Tune in here.

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