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The Elusive Truth Behind Murder of a Black, Gay Mayoral Candidate in Mississippi
It’s tempting to think Marco McMillian was killed because of his race, his sexuality, or because he was running for mayor. The truth is more elusive.
By Ben Terris
Citizenship Isn’t Always Foremost What Undocumented Workers Want
They just want to do their jobs, cash their paychecks, and be left alone. Here’s a view of the immigration debate from the kitchen of your favorite restaurant.
By Fawn Johnson
Act II for American Manufacturing?
Say bye-bye to the likes of River Rouge, and hello to smaller, smarter factories surrounded by industrial ecosystems that nourish innovation. But the next wave of manufacturing may require government’s helping hand.
By Bruce Stokes
The Rise of the Creative Class, Revisited
By Richard Florida, The Atlantic Cities
Arrested Development Takes on Ferguson, Clinton, and Hip-Hop
The “Tennessee” front man says the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases shouldn’t be surprising to anyone who listened to early gangster rap.
By Matt Vasilogambros
Give Us Your Geniuses: Why Seeking Smart Immigrants Is a No-Brainer
By Adam Ozimek and Noah Smith, The Atlantic
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