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Role Name Type Last Updated Owned by (partial or full, past or present) Atlantic Monthly Group Organization Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Marc Ambinder Person Oct 19, 2009 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Ta-Nehisi Coates Person Jul 17, 2013 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Andrew Cohen Person Jul 13, 2013 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) James Fallows Person Jan 26, 2008 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Conor Friedersdorf Person Nov 11, 2011 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Tom McNichol Person Nov 28, 2011 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Jordan Weissmann Person Mar 11, 2012 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Juan Williams Person Jan 6, 2004 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Tali Yahalom Person Oct 9, 2009 Employee/Contractor/Fellow/Freelancer (past or present) Michael Zuckerman Person May 30, 2014
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: May 30, 2014 Is There Such a Thing as an Affordable Lawyer? For many Americans, legal services are out of reach. But that's beginning to change.
QUOTE: The implication that you might need multiple degrees to represent yourself in a basic civil dispute seems unfair in and of itself. But a lack of access to affordable legal representation—coupled with the obstacles facing anyone who wants to self-represent—imposes knock-on costs that ripple throughout society....Lack of access to legal help, in other words, serves as a shield for neglectful landlords and all sorts of other bad actors—abusive husbands, predatory lenders, corrupt employers. Because it took someone with Ned’s advantages to hold her accountable, his landlord was free to fleece tenants for years.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Jul 17, 2013 The Banality of Richard Cohen and Racist Profiling
QUOTE: But "Stop And Frisk" is not concerned with specific suspects, but with a broad class of people who are observed making "furtive movements."...[Cohen's words] hold that neither I, nor my twelve year old son, nor any of my nephews, nor any of my male family members deserve to be judged as individuals by the state. Instead we must be seen as members of a class more inclined to criminality. It does not matter that the vast, vast majority of black men commit no violent crime at all. Cohen argues that that majority should unduly bear the burden of police invasion, because of a minority who happens to live among us.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Jul 13, 2013 Law and Justice and George Zimmerman: The exoneration of Travyon Martin's killer is a stark reminder of the limitations of our judicial systems and the choices we make about the laws under which we li
QUOTE: what the acquittal of George Zimmerman means -- to the nation, to its rule of law, to its politics, to its racial divide, to its deadly obsession with guns, to Florida's ALEC-infused justice system, and to probably 100 other things....To me, on its most basic level, the startling Zimmerman verdict -- and the case and trial that preceded it -- is above all a blunt reminder of the limitations of our justice system. Criminal trials are not searches for the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. They never have been. Our rules of evidence and the Bill of Rights preclude it. Our trials are instead tests of only that limited evidence a judge declares fit to be shared with jurors, who in turn are then admonished daily, hourly even, not to look beyond the corners of what they've seen or heard in court.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Mar 15, 2012 It's Not All About You: What Privacy Advocates Don't Get About Data Tracking on the Web
QUOTE: The privacy discourse frames the issue in an ego-centric manner, as a bargain between consumers and companies: the company will know x, y and z about me and in exchange I get free email, good recommendations, and a plethora of convenient services. But the bargain that we are making is a collective one, and the costs will be felt at a societal scale. When we think in terms of power, it is clear we are getting a raw deal: we grant private entities -- with no interest in the public good and no public accountability -- greater powers of persuasion than anyone has ever had before and in exchange we get free email.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Mar 11, 2012 How Cheap Should Books Be?
QUOTE: A looming lawsuit could solidify Amazon's dominance in the book business. That might be good for readers' wallets, but it also might be bad for readers in the long term. Here 's why.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Nov 28, 2011 Be a Jerk: The Worst Business Lesson from the Steve Jobs Biography:
QUOTE: Apple's founder and CEO could be a cruel and nasty guy. He was also the greatest chief executive of our time. Don't go thinking those two things are related.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Nov 11, 2011 James O'Keefe Is Capitalizing on the Cult of Journalistic Objectivity
QUOTE: much of the traditional media is on record conceding O'Keefe's premise -- that he has captured video that sheds legitimate doubt on the work of a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, showing her to be in violation of a longstanding ethical code some in her profession regard as sacrosanct.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Jun 30, 2011 Wall St. and Food: An Unhealthy Business Model: PepsiCo's CEO is under fire for pushing healthier products—and the drama says a lot about how the industry works
QUOTE: Hailed as a strategic visionary since taking PepsiCo's reins nearly five years ago, Mrs. Nooyi is facing doubts from investors and industry insiders concerned that her push into healthier brands has distracted the company from some core products....Products that PepsiCo calls "good for you" still make up only about 20% of revenue. The bulk still comes from drinks and snacks the company dubs "fun for you," including Lay's potato chips, Doritos corn chips and Pepsi-Cola...
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Oct 19, 2009 Government Can Supress Torture Evidence...If It Wants
QUOTE: President Obama's May decision to declassify Bush-era legal memos does not require the government to give up more information on techniques revealed by those opinions, a judge ruled last week.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Oct 09, 2009 Too Much Information, Not Enough Common Sense
QUOTE: A new Oklahoma law will require the details of every abortion to be posted on a public website.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Oct 05, 2009 Power to the Patients: The mantra has always been: Doctor Knows Best. But consumers need to seize control of their own health care. And they can, thanks to advances in science and technology.
QUOTE: Doctors and patients alike are accustomed to the firmly entrenched Doctor Knows Best status quo. But it is only by empowering patients... that health care can be made significantly more efficient and effective.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Jan 01, 2008 The $1.4 Trillion Question: The Chinese are subsidizing the American way of life. Are we playing them for suckers—or are they playing us?
QUOTE: China’s government imposes an unbelievably high savings rate on its people. The result, while very complicated, is to keep the buying power earned through China’s exports out of the hands of Chinese consumers as a whole.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Jan 31, 2003 The Guilt of the Church: Daniel Goldhagen, the author of A Moral Reckoning, calls upon the Catholic Church to face its legacy of anti-Semitism and its role in the Holocaust
QUOTE: "What must a religion of love and goodness do to confront its history of hatred and harm, and to perform restitution?"
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Mar 01, 2001 The Reinvention of Privacy
It used to be that business and technology were considered the enemies of privacy. Not anymore.
Atlantic Online, The (Atlantic Monthly) Feb 01, 1987 A Question of Fairness
QUOTE: Clarence Thomas, a black, is Ronald Reagan's chairman of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He walks a lonely road, not really agreeing with conservatives or liberals.
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