Conor Friedersdorf

Atlantic magazine

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Staff writer at the Atlantic, where he focuses on politics and national affairs, and editor of The Best of Journalism, a newsletter devoted to exceptional nonfiction

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Will these tariffs on Mexico last forever?

It’s a two-front trade war

Will these tariffs on Mexico last forever?

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Biden’s big lead: will it last?

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In the 1960's, non-violent student protesters required an entire semester to force UC Berkeley to guarantee free speech on campus.

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In the 1960's, non-violent student protesters required an entire semester to force UC Berkeley to guarantee free speech on campus.

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