Home / Politics / The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Putting on Ayers

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Putting on Ayers


Georgia state Senator Nikema Williams (D) is arrested by capitol military during a criticism over choosing list depends in a rotunda of a state capitol building in Atlanta. Dozens filled a rotunda in a core of a Capitol’s second building Tuesday only as a House was scheduled to assemble for a special session. (John Bazemore / AP)

What We’re Reading

Oops: A feeble designed list competence have convinced a midterm elections in Florida. Here’s how. (Dana Chisnell and Whitney Quesenbery, The Washington Post)

Bigger Than They Thought: With all a votes counted, a Democrats had a incomparable win this year than Republicans did in 2010. (Matthew Yglesias, Vox)

A New American Revolution: Revolutions have always made American society, starting in 1776. In 2018, a left has attempted to theatre a new revolution—one complicated America doesn’t need, argues Victor Davis Hanson. (The National Review)


Mapping Fire: California’s wildfires are still raging. Keep lane of them. (Lauren Tierney, Laris Karklis, and Tim Meko, The Washington Post)

We’re always looking for ways to urge The Politics Policy Daily. Concerns, comments, questions, typos? Let us know anytime here.

We wish to hear what we consider about this article. Submit a letter to a editor or write to letters@theatlantic.com.

Article source: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/11/atlantic-politics-policy-daily-putting-on-ayers/575797/