As Venezuela Falls Apart, Its People Build a New Faith
In ways large and small, Venezuelans have felt the effects of the unfolding political and economic crisis there. Grocery store shelves are barren, and few dare to use their phones in public for fear of theft or worse. Car windows are tinted as much as possible for the same... Read more
Moral Ambiguity and the Mexican Drug War
Can evil deeds be made good by good intention? Sam Quinones’s book Dreamland weaves together several threads of the story of American opiate addiction and forces the reader to confront that question. When Purdue Pharma began heavily marketing OxyContin as a non-addictive solution to chronic pain in the 1990s,... Read more
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