Readers share their stories of sexual misconduct, and discuss what redemption might look like.
Readers debate questions of cannabis use and abuse.
Readers mull the use of they as a third-person singular pronoun.
Readers consider alternatives to “Hey guys.”
Readers discuss Chuck Todd’s argument that it’s time for the press to “start fighting back.”
Readers respond to our June and July/August 2018 stories and more.
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Readers respond to the essay “Three Children, Two Abortions”
Readers consider Rand Paul’s call to action.
Readers respond to an essay on the test journalists face in the current political landscape—and the importance of the First Amendment.
Readers reflect on the lessons of a grieving whale
As the investigation wore on, The Atlantic’s coverage garnered telling responses.
Readers discuss the psychology professor’s polarizing take on identity politics, and what it might mean for the left.
In the aftermath of Kofi Annan’s death, a reader reflects on the former secretary-general’s tenure—and its place in United Nations history.
Readers discuss the challenges of being a patient in the American health-care system.
Readers debate the possible outcomes of an American move toward democratic socialism.
Readers consider textbooks’ biases—and their limitations as teaching tools.
Readers question a machine’s ability to solve man’s problems
Readers share their experiences receiving surprising results from a genetics test.
Readers respond to our June 2018 cover story and more.