Readers push back on the notion that ‘free-range’ parenting laws benefit some more than others.
Readers consider whether doing dishes is, in fact, the worst.
Readers react to Ibram X. Kendi’s essay on the similarities between fraternities and gangs—and the differences in how they’re treated.
Readers debate the meaning of “The Road Not Taken.”
Readers respond to The Atlantic’s report on a study showing that countries that empower women tend to have more men in STEM fields.
Readers respond to January/February and March stories and more.
Readers respond to David French’s essay on what critics don’t understand about gun culture.
Readers respond to Eliot Cohen’s critique of a gathering that may now have lost its way.
Readers respond to a Florida radiologist’s account of treating the victims from Parkland.
Readers push back on the idea that “small differences, indignation, and an infatuation with being offended” have dominated the conversation about American identity politics.
A reader weighs in with a tale of mouth-to-muzzle resuscitation.
Readers respond to December and January/February stories and more.
Readers disagree about the merits of The Atlantic’s new online Letters section, and the decision to end comments.
A reader responds to a Radio Atlantic immigration roundtable.
A reader argues that a more desirable workforce—and a more equitable society—hangs in the balance.
A reader pushes back against the human tendency to see animals as merely cute.
A reader responds to The Atlantic’s recent piece on the charter-school crusader Eva Moskowitz.
A reader criticizes TheAtlantic.com’s editor for describing Tom Brady as “eminently hateable” and “the absolute worst.”
A reader reflects on the country’s racial struggles, then and now.
Introducing The Atlantic’s new Letters section