Ronald Niezen (McGill): Why Gramsci’s Time Has Come (Again). Anyck Dauphin (UQO) and Bernard Fortin and Guy Lacroix (Laval): How Falsifiable Is Collective Rationality? Scott McLemee reviews When Science Sheds Light on History: Forensic Science and Anthropology by Philippe Charlier and David Alliot. Julia Ioffe on Brock Turner’s twisted legacy — and a Stanford professor’s relentless pursuit of justice. In the Trump administration, science is unwelcome — so is advice. The “What, Me Worry?” president: Donald Trump has long said he doesn’t worry about the future because nothing really matters. Nancy Pelosi is not the enemy — and if corporate Democrats manage to convince the party to ditch her, they’ll be alienating their progressive base.

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