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Louis Armstrong’s Last Word

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Louis Armstrong’s Last Word
For decades, Americans have argued over the icon’s legacy. But his archives show that he had his own plans.
A Cease-Fire in Gaza Is Just the First Step
We must end the slaughter. And then comes the hard part.
We Must Not Let the Truth Become a Casualty of This War
Now more than ever, it’s crucial that we talk about what is actually happening in Gaza and Israel, not about unverified rumors.
Musa Al-Gharbi
The Pentagon’s Flailing Campaign Against Hate
How the military continues to downplay the spread of extremism in its ranks.
Jasper Craven
The Enigmatic Science Fiction of Djuna
The radical visions of South Korea’s mononymous, pseudonymous, and officially anonymous sci-fi novelist and film critic.
E. Tammy Kim
A Sit Down With Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel
In late September, The Nation publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel and editor D.D. Guttenplan met with Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel for an exclusive interview in New York. It was the president’s first ever interview in the United States and his first longform interview with an English-language outlet. They discussed the economic crisis facing his island nation, the future of its socialist model, the impact of continued hostility from Washington, and more. Watch here.
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