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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: A Sign of a Times


Snapshot

President Trump speaks in a Cabinet assembly during a White House on immigration policy. Evan Vucci / AP


What We’re Reading

Have Questions About a Family-Separation Policy?: Here are some answers. (Seung Min Kim, The Washington Post)

The Think Tank Stocking a Trump Administration: Back in 2014, a Heritage Foundation created a database of some-more than 3,000 conservatives they devoted to offer underneath a Republican president. With Trump, they’ve been really successful in achieving their vision. (Jonathan Mahler, The New York Times Magazine)

Learning More About Mass Shootings: A new investigate from a FBI finds that many mass shooters arrangement 4 to 5 discouraging behaviors celebrated by a people around them—and debunks several misconceptions about identifying would-be shooters. (Mark Follman, Mother Jones)

The Overpopulation Myth: Noah Rothman argues that people’s motivations behind combating “overpopulation” lift a many darker legacy than a new Washington Post op-ed would have people believe. (Commentary)

Fractures in a West Wing: Trump’s closest advisers are during odds about a family-separation policy, though a many impassioned voices are a ones being heard. (Gabriel Sherman, Vanity Fair)


Visualized

What Happens When Families Cross a Border? Follow a opposite paths that relatives and children take. (Stef W. Kight, Axios)

Article source: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/06/the-atlantic-politics-policy-daily-a-sign-of-the-times/563351/

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