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The god problem: One New York Times reader comments on Alito and Roe

In response to a characteristically fine column on Alito and federalism by Jamelle Bouie, a frequent Times commenter wrote this: Anyone convinced that a human fetus is inserted with a soul by God at the moment of conception, and that … Continue reading

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“It may be Alito’s Court, but it’s not yet his America.”

The final paragraph in a powerful New Yorker piece by Amy Davidson Sorkin: Alito notes that “women are not without electoral or political power.” Indeed, an effect of his draft opinion would be that Americans who care about reproductive rights … Continue reading

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