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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Beam Them Up, SpaceX


Astronaut Victor Glover raises his arms after being introduced as one of a astronauts reserved to organisation a initial moody tests and missions of a Boeing CST-100 Starliner and SpaceX Crew Dragon. (David J. Phillip / AP)

What We’re Reading

A Step Forward? The United States has restarted tactful conversations with a Taliban, and some experts are cautiously confident about a intensity assent process. (Alex Ward, Vox)

More Than Ever: Meet a Native Americans who are using for bureau in record numbers. (Mark Trahant, High Country News)

A Place Called Hope: Everything competence seem terrible, writes Jim Geraghty, though there are many reasons to be confident about America’s future. (National Review)

A Smaller Tent: As a Democratic Party moves to a left on abortion, it’s leaving a pro-life coterie of a celebration behind. (Jennifer Haberkorn, Politico Magazine)


The Wacky World of Chyrons: See how wire news uses chyrons to news on a president—and call him out. (Paul Farhi, The Washington Post)

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Article source: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/08/the-atlantic-politics-policy-daily-beam-them-up-spacex/566804/