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To ring in 2021, here are Boston Review's top 21 essays of the year.
In this new series, philosophers reflect on the meaning of racial fraud, exploring its stakes—ethical and political, social and historical—and what it tells about the legacy and lived experience of racial injustice.
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Rejecting market fundamentalism, Rethinking Political Economy will provide space for advancing alternatives—in theory, politics, and policy—to the neoliberalism of the last forty years.
BR writers on how we can fix it.
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Your fourth of July reading.
An alternative father’s day reading list.
We also need to abolish prisons—as well as put an end to counterterrorism. An abolitionist reading list.
—and those who wish they could be mothers. A reading list for Mother’s Day.
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