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Mother Jones

March/April 2021
Magazine

Mother Jones is a reader-supported investigative news organization recently honored as Magazine of the Year by our peers in the industry. Founded in 1976, Mother Jones is America’s longest-established investigative news organization. Our nonprofit newsroom goes deep on the biggest stories of the moment, from politics and criminal and racial justice to education, climate change, and food/agriculture. We reach more than 10 million people each month via our website, social-media presence, videos, podcasts, email newsletters, and print and digital magazine.

Contributors

“We Didn’t Know What We Had.” • The lights are going out for the alternative press.

American Carnage • Trump used the White House to unleash a domestic terrorism movement. Security experts are worried what it will do next.

Cleaning Up Georgia • If not for the hard work of domestic workers, the Democrats might not control the Senate.

“I Never Thought I’d Be Standing in One of Those Lines.” • The economic fallout from the pandemic has meant more people in San Francisco are showing up at food banks.

Inside Jobs • How last-minute appointments will keep Trump's stench alive

The Apprentice • Before the Capitol insurrection, Josh Hawley was seen as the future of the Republican Party. He still may be.

Tyranny of the Minority • Democrats may control Washington, but the fight for democracy is far from over.

Unpopularity Contest • The case for finally doing away with the Electoral College

Or Other Crime • How Black voting rights were sabotaged by a three-word phrase in the 14th Amendment, and how they can be reconstructed

How Facebook Broke Us • The social network has pushed poison on users for years. Now we know it did so deliberately.

Preexisting Conditions • The pandemic has laid bare our other afflictions.

The Nuclear Option • Biden has signaled support for a new generation of smaller nuclear reactors. Are they the path to a carbon-free economy—or just a bid to keep a troubled industry alive?

Lost in Translation • Hey Siri, why don't digital assistants understand people who don't sound like white Americans?

Soul of America • The ambivalent essence of Joe Biden's favorite phrase.

In the Tank • Ethanol's clean promise has only led to dirtier air.

Harm to Table • A powerful lobbying group pushes to keep restaurants open. But who's being served?


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 72 Publisher: Foundation For National Progress Edition: March/April 2021

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  • Release date: February 17, 2021

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OverDrive Magazine

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News & Politics

Languages

English

Mother Jones is a reader-supported investigative news organization recently honored as Magazine of the Year by our peers in the industry. Founded in 1976, Mother Jones is America’s longest-established investigative news organization. Our nonprofit newsroom goes deep on the biggest stories of the moment, from politics and criminal and racial justice to education, climate change, and food/agriculture. We reach more than 10 million people each month via our website, social-media presence, videos, podcasts, email newsletters, and print and digital magazine.

Contributors

“We Didn’t Know What We Had.” • The lights are going out for the alternative press.

American Carnage • Trump used the White House to unleash a domestic terrorism movement. Security experts are worried what it will do next.

Cleaning Up Georgia • If not for the hard work of domestic workers, the Democrats might not control the Senate.

“I Never Thought I’d Be Standing in One of Those Lines.” • The economic fallout from the pandemic has meant more people in San Francisco are showing up at food banks.

Inside Jobs • How last-minute appointments will keep Trump's stench alive

The Apprentice • Before the Capitol insurrection, Josh Hawley was seen as the future of the Republican Party. He still may be.

Tyranny of the Minority • Democrats may control Washington, but the fight for democracy is far from over.

Unpopularity Contest • The case for finally doing away with the Electoral College

Or Other Crime • How Black voting rights were sabotaged by a three-word phrase in the 14th Amendment, and how they can be reconstructed

How Facebook Broke Us • The social network has pushed poison on users for years. Now we know it did so deliberately.

Preexisting Conditions • The pandemic has laid bare our other afflictions.

The Nuclear Option • Biden has signaled support for a new generation of smaller nuclear reactors. Are they the path to a carbon-free economy—or just a bid to keep a troubled industry alive?

Lost in Translation • Hey Siri, why don't digital assistants understand people who don't sound like white Americans?

Soul of America • The ambivalent essence of Joe Biden's favorite phrase.

In the Tank • Ethanol's clean promise has only led to dirtier air.

Harm to Table • A powerful lobbying group pushes to keep restaurants open. But who's being served?


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