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The Nation October 31/November 7 Issue: License to Discriminate

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The Right’s Religious Liberty Agenda Is on a Crash Course With Labor Law
Religious employers have found a way to give themselves cover for blatant discrimination—and the Supreme Court is ready to back them up.
BRYCE COVERT
FROM THIS ISSUE
Not Even Nuclear War Will Stop the Fighting in Ukraine
Kyiv deserves our economic support and military aid, but not American troops or nuclear ambiguity.
KAI BIRD FOR THE NATION
Trump Toadies Control the Republican Party
The Republican Party’s official agenda is a capitulation to extremists and a display of distortion and aggression.
CHRIS LEHMANN
I Wanted a Boyfriend. My Life Coach Told Me to Become a Commodity.
Life coaching offered the energy and promise I was looking for—until I learned what it wanted from me in return.
GEOFFREY MAK
The Ghosts of “Irma Vep”
Olivier Assayas’s clever and beguiling HBO miniseries responds to the state of cinema in the age of streaming.
VIKRAM MURTHI
ELECTION POST-MORTEM

On November 9th, in the wake of the most important midterm election of our lives, Nation editorial director and publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel, justice correspondent Elie Mystal, national affairs correspondents Joan Walsh and John Nichols, and DC bureau chief Chris Lehmann will lead a spirited discussion on the possibilities and pitfalls coming out of Election Day. The Senate and House races will be obvious points of discussion but the importance of the State houses, local legislatures, and individual referendums will also be thoroughly unpacked. Moderated by Nation editor D.D. Guttenplan, there will be ample time for audience questions. You can register for the event here. ⁣

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