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10 days agoJoan Vennochi -- Keep the Biden honeymoon phase short
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3 days agoHunger, homelessness: an American divide that bonds us all -- "We cannot afford to let families become homeless at this scale. We need more resources to help families weather emergencies."
1 day agoBiden could spark a nationwide effort to heal our nation's divide -- "I would like to see President-elect Biden make this a top priority, and frame an approach that would appeal to both sides."
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6 months agoENDORSEMENT -- The Globe endorses Joe Biden for president -- The former vice president is uniquely poised to restore the integrity of the presidency and to repair the damage of the last four years.
1 month agoThe Other Swing Voter -- Political coverage often focuses on voters who oscillate between political parties in a few key swing states. Here we feature perspectives and opinions from and about demographics of Americans — young voters and Black and brown voters —who swing between voting and not voting. Readers are invited to send in 200-word letters on this topic to email@example.com.
2 months agoDemocracy Under Siege: Protecting US elections -- From voter suppression to gerrymandering to foreign interference, the integrity of US elections is under attack. In a three-part weekly series, Globe Opinion examines how the nation arrived at this moment and what needs to be done to protect voting rights.
2 months agoThomas E. Patterson -- Trapped: Why the GOP's death is imminent -- The Republican Party is destroying itself. Thomas Patterson of the Harvard Kennedy School's Shorenstein Center explains the five traps the party has set for itself and warns that the party's future is in peril without reform
1 month agoBlack voices now -- Globe Opinion seeks to amplify the perspectives and the voices of Black community members, scholars, activists, doctors, teachers, business leaders, students, and parents as op-ed and letter writers, and as innovators and provocateurs featured in Globe Ideas. Here we feature Black voices from the community amid the historic protests following the killing of George Floyd. We aim to amplify yet more Black voices going forward.
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8 months agoLegal Lens documentaries -- Law and documentary film may seem far apart, but they actually share many connections. With the guidance of filmmaker and producer Joseph Tovares and support from the Hewlett Foundation, 12 Harvard Law School students from eight countries have worked since January on the Legal Lens project. You can view the films here on BostonGlobe.com.
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