- In the New York Times, Kathleen Belew, author of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America, analyzed the Oklahoma City bombing as the result of decades of very deliberate, organized white-power activism; Belew also discussed the white power movement with NPR’s Weekend Edition Sunday.
- Yascha Mounk, author of The People vs. Democracy, debated the state of American democracy with Vox’s Ezra Klein and discussed the rise of populism with KPFA’s Letters and Politics.
- At Salon, William Hall, Anthony McDonnell, and Jim O’Neill, co-authors of Superbugs: An Arms Race against Bacteria, detailed the threats that antibiotic-resistant bacteria pose to civilization.
- Richard Sander, coauthor of Moving toward Integration: The Past and Future of Fair Housing, argued in the Los Angeles Times that fair housing law has succeeded in reducing racial segregation in cities like San Diego—while other American cities still struggle; Slate featured his coauthor Jonathan Zasloff’s recommendations for decreasing housing segregation going forward.
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