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.
A reader stresses the social and economic importance of having official identification.
Readers discuss what it means to adopt a spouse’s last name—or not.
A physician argues in favor of a new approach to medical education.
Readers weigh in on Amazon’s self-publishing model.
A reader sees the reopening of the Emmett Till case as an opportunity for further racial reconciliation.
Readers react to a report on a new study suggesting that students should ignore the oft-repeated advice.
In 1955, readers weighed in on changes made to the Girl Scout Handbook and the international objectives of the organization.
Readers weigh in on the pitfalls of the gig economy.
Parents of trans children respond to The Atlantic’s July/August cover story.
Readers respond to our May 2018 cover story and more.