The New Republic Staff

On Our Cover: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Is an American Hero
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September 26, 2014

She discusses her conservative colleagues, the myopia of young feminists, and why she’s not stepping down.

Color Photography Existed During World War I. Here Are Eight Rare Examples.
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August 20, 2014

Not everything was black and white back then.

Vintage Photos by the Man Whom Ansel Adams Called a "Roving Genius of Mind and Mountains"
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August 19, 2014

Seven stunning images from the mountaineer, explorer, cartographer, and aerial photographer Bradford Washburn.

This Young Man's Grandmother Died Unexpectedly. His Moving Photographs Document His Family's Grief.
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August 18, 2014

Goseong Choi traveled to his family's remote South Korean village after losing his grandmother.

Touching Images of Unaccompanied Minors—From 100 Years Ago
A look back at the icon of American immigration, Ellis Island
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August 17, 2014

A look back at the icon of American immigration, Ellis Island.

Scenes from a War Zone in the Middle of America
Unreal photos of the chaos on the streets of Ferguson
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August 14, 2014

Unreal photos of the chaos on the streets of Ferguson.

These Are the People Who Obama Is Trying to Save in Iraq
Kurds are fleeing as Islamic State militants close in
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August 08, 2014

Kurds are fleeing as Islamic State militants close in.

Are America's Unions Too Local?
A labor economist explains how an industry-wide collective bargaining system would revolutionize the way we work
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August 06, 2014

A labor economist explains how an industry-wide collective bargaining system would revolutionize the way we work 

Highlights from #pressingLIVE
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August 01, 2014

On July 16, #pressing came to life with #pressingLIVE: an event in Washington, DC, presented by GE and hosted by The New Republic.

Retire the Dead Presidents and Put These Women on Our Nation's Currency
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July 30, 2014

Why does our currency only feature dead white men? It's time for a change. 

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