Category: Social Policy

George Monbiot: There Is Such a Thing As Society

Of all the fantasies human beings entertain, the idea that we can go it alone is the most absurd and perhaps the most dangerous. We stand together, or we fall apart

Teesta Setalvad: Why Universities Are a Key Battleground for Human Rights in India

Caste discrimination is the ugly underbelly of India’s higher education system

Cal Winslow: Life and Death in Health Care’s Trenches

Nursing Homes and Unions

Orac: A victory and a more substantial defeat for the cruel sham known as “right to try”

If state right-to-try bills are basically symbolic rants against the FDA, the passage of a federal right-to-try bill would be a disaster for patients and the clinical trial process

Joshua Schneyer: As In Flint: Government Fails to Protect East Chicago Residents

“I just wanted to get out of the public housing because nobody could tell me why my kids were being exposed to lead”

Ann Jones: The War at Home

To force the VA to use its drugs, Big Pharma set up dummy foundations and turned to existing veterans’ organizations for support

Michael Winship: Big Business, Congress, and the EpiPen

Cash and carry has become nothing more than standard operating procedure in politics and government, and it’s wrecking the republic. The whole system is rotten to the core

Mateo Pimentel: The Affordable Care Act: A Litmus Test for American Capitalism

There is a pressing issue in American health care

Mark Weisbrot: Is Human Rights Watch Too Closely Aligned With U.S. Foreign Policy?

It is vitally important that human-rights organizations stick to their avowed principles and defend human rights without regard to the objectives of US foreign policy

George Monbiot: Carmageddon Beckons

Car use takes a huge toll on our health and on the planet. We need to kick our addiction to driving

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