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The 99% Is a Myth—Here's How It Really Breaks Down

When it comes to the division of wealth, many Americans believe that the country is split between the 1%, which possesses a significant share of the country's ...

The Cultural Factors Driving America's Departure From Reality

Kurt Andersen's cover story “How America Lost Its Mind” argues that “being American means we can believe anything we want.” This is due to a combination of ...

The U.S. Presidency Is Broken: A Conversation with John Dickerson and Jeffrey Goldberg

Can the presidency be repaired? John Dickerson, a co-host of CBS This Morning and contributor for The Atlantic, chats with the magazine's editor in chief, ...

Media Review: The Atlantic

Rosie Warren reviews The Atlantic, one of America's oldest magazines.

Talk by Jeffrey Goldberg, Editor-in-Chief of The Atlantic Magazine

Topic: The United States' New and Controversial Role in the World: The Good, Bad, and the Ugly. The talk took place on Sunday, April 29th at Temple Beth El in ...

Israeli Settlers in the Occupied West Bank

Why would an Israeli Jew choose to live in the West Bank?” That's the question that motivates writer Wajahat Ali to travel to Israel in a new documentary from The ...