David Treuer’s cover story marks the launch of a new series from The Atlantic that seeks to reconsider the legacy of America’s wildlands.
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In “Private Schools Are Indefensible,” Caitlin Flanagan describes the obscene gulf between how rich kids and poor kids are educated in America.
Multiyear reporting project debuts on the cover of the March issue with essays from Vann R. Newkirk II, Clint Smith, Anna Deavere Smith, Jemele Hill, Danielle Allen, and Anna Holmes
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Daniel Engber, Chris Ip, and Honor Jones join an expanding newsroom.
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Wu joins from The New York Times, and will cover the pandemic
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Michelle Ebanks Joins The Atlantic’s Board, Chaired by Laurene Powell Jobs
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Dickerson joins from the New York Times, where she covered immigration
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