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Readers weigh in on the ethical and biological dangers of human-genome editing.
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.