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Hulu’s “The Bear” is resonating, @SaruJayaraman writes, “because it shows workers demanding a better workplace, one where their work is valued and they are respected — which is happening in restaurants and beyond.” nyti.ms/3AadQbv
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“There’s an ugly truth hiding behind America’s glorification of grass: Lawns are damaging our planet, ruining our health and wasting our time,” argues @AgnesBridge. nyti.ms/3QbrHnt
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Donald Trump "may well be indicted on charges relating to the purloined documents, financial fraud, or election obstruction," writes @crfredrickson. But we need to prepare for what’s to come when he runs for president. nyti.ms/3P9abPj
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“I’m mentally preparing to protect my students from an active shooter,” writes Beth Ann Fennelly, the former poet laureate of Mississippi. “This fact splits my sternum with an ice pick of despair. But please don’t offer me a gun.” nyti.ms/3AbRdDi
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“The Biden administration owes the defenders of Guatemala’s democracy more than tweets and lists of corrupt officials,” writes @PacoGoldman. “It can and should speak forcefully and act strongly in defense of the country’s democracy.” nyti.ms/3p304kD
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“Job growth under Biden has been so fast that the economy added substantially more jobs in the past 18 months than were added in Trump’s first 37 months,” writes @PaulKrugman. nyti.ms/3Q5yQWl
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Lawns wreak havoc on the environment, and local governments often get in the way of residents trying to fix this. “​​Local laws need to be more progressive and get real about the climate emergency — and encourage, not block, grass-free yards.” nyti.ms/3dkn4bW
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A group of Catholic converts based in downtown Manhattan are making a traditionalist form of Catholicism — rife with references to sedevacantism and other niche doctrines — trendy with a right-leaning Gen Z crowd, Julia Yost writes. nyti.ms/3zI1RQV
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“Why doesn’t Biden get credit for the Biden boom, which is a real thing?” writes @PaulKrugman. “Part of the answer is that people may not know about it.” nyti.ms/3QaClut
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"My own embrace of Catholic moral teaching came about in college, when I saw how it had shaped the imagination of a great apostate, James Joyce," writes Julia Yost. "By comparison, my liberal moral formation offered nothing either to daunt or to inspire." nyti.ms/3P8KaQb
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“There’s an ugly truth hiding behind America’s glorification of grass: Lawns are damaging our planet, ruining our health and wasting our time,” argues @AgnesBridge. nyti.ms/3p3TU3s
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The US foreign policy of tweeting did nothing to forestall Guatemala’s slide into corrupt authoritarian rule. It’s time for the Biden Administration to respond! Opinion | Guatemala’s Corrupt Officials Train Their Sights on the Press - The New York Times nytimes.com/2022/08/09/opini…
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On today’s episode of The Ezra Klein Show, the philosopher @WillMacAskill advocates for future generations: “At the moment, the amount of resources that are being spent trying to protect the interests of future people is vanishingly small.” nyti.ms/3dh51Uh
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“Joe Biden will probably go down as the most successful unsuccessful president in history if Krugman's analysis is correct,” wrote Doug in a comment on @paulkrugman’s latest column. See Paul’s response to Doug and join their conversation, in the comments: nyti.ms/3PchYvJ
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Lawns wreak havoc on the environment, and local governments often get in the way of residents trying to fix this. “​​Local laws need to be more progressive and get real about the climate emergency — and encourage, not block, grass-free yards.” nyti.ms/3dkn4bW
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The Biden boom happened, writes @PaulKrugman. “But Americans aren’t feeling it, and it’s worth asking why.” nyti.ms/3Qb8n9L
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