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The Nation: Our most-read stories of 2022

The Nation’s most-read stories of 2022
 

 

 

 

January: Columbia University Has Lost Its Way by Katherine Franke
 

 

February: The Town That QAnon Nearly Swallowed by Sasha Abramsky
 

 

 

 

 

 

March: Ketanji Brown Jackson’s Long Pause Explained Racism and Sexism in America by Elie Mystal
 

 

April: 193 Heartless Bastards in the House of Representatives by John Nichols
 

 

 

 

 

 

May: Colin Kaepernick Gets His Chance—and It’s Tough to Care by Dave Zirin
 

 

June: Why the Internet Sided With Johnny Depp by Kate Manne  
 

 

 

 

 

 

July: How Lyme Disease Became Unstoppable by Jimmy Tobias  
 

 

August: The Kenyan Kakistocracy by Nanjala Nyabola 
 

 

 

 

 

 

September: Brittney Griner Is Facing 9 Years in a Russian Penal Colony. Where Is the Campaign to Free Her? by Dave Zirin 
 

 

October: Is Florida Becoming a Failed State? by DC Davidson-Hiers & Jeff Vandermeer 
 

 

 

 

 

 

November: The Stench of Corruption Is Growing Stronger Around the Supreme Court by Elie Mystal
 

 

December: It’s Time to End the Medicare Advantage Scam By Rep. Ro Khanna, Rep. Mark Pocan and Wendell Potter
 

 

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