Readers discuss who—or what—is to blame for the economic insecurity young Americans face today.
Readers respond to John D. Dingell’s proposal for how to fix Congress.
Readers weigh in on the University of North Carolina’s recommendation that Silent Sam, a monument to a Confederate soldier, be housed in a new, $5.3 million building.
Readers discuss why the U.S. may not be well equipped to solve long-term problems.
Readers react to The Atlantic’s coverage of a study that suggests that pursuing a Ph.D. may harm students’ mental health.
Readers discuss ways to repurpose underutilized churches.
Readers debate the merits of stronger due-process protections in campus tribunals.
Readers weigh in on a surprisingly contentious topic: the correct time to start a Thanksgiving meal.
Teenagers in California respond to the story of a mother and son separated at the border.
The recent wildfires in California lead readers to debate the implications of private firefighting teams.
Readers criticize Amazon’s decision to locate its new headquarters in Virginia and New York—and the process that led to that choice.
Readers respond to Jemele Hill’s account of her difficulty voting in Florida.
Readers respond to our October 2018 cover stories and more.
Readers consider the impact of travel teams on youth-sports participation.
Readers discuss the meaning of Fred Rogers’s famous advice to “look for the helpers.”
Readers respond to a Lord of the Rings–themed argument about erstwhile NeverTrumpers.
We asked readers of The Atlantic Daily to tell us about their experiences voting in the midterms.
Readers discuss the 2018 World Series—and whether baseball’s current structure is hampering the pleasure of watching it.
Readers respond to Franklin Foer’s reflection on the Pittsburgh synagogue killings.
A reader responds to a look back at the film Practical Magic, two decades after its release.