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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: RSVPutin


Snapshot

Senator Doug Jones joins Americans who work for general automobile companies to denote opposite trade tariffs they contend will negatively impact U.S. automobile manufacturing, on Capitol Hill in Washington. J. Scott Applewhite / AP


What We’re Reading

Who Is Paul Erikson?: The Republican domestic consultant has found himself underneath inspection for his reported attribute with Maria Butina, a 29-year-old guns-rights romantic and purported Russian spy. It’s not his initial ambience of controversy. (Adam Rawnsley, The Daily Beast)

Disease in a Rural South: Poor sewage and H2O infrastructure in many communities has led to a swell in pleasant diseases some-more ordinarily found in building countries. (Lyndsey Gilpin, Scalawag)

Why So Skeptical?: A new investigate shows that Americans’ trust in scholarship doesn’t indispensably relate with their domestic ideology—but it’s mostly connected to their religiosity. (Bastiaan T. Rutjens, Aeon)

On His Donors’ Dimes: Representative Devin Nunes of California reportedly used domestic donations to compensate for scarcely $15,000 in tickets to Boston Celtics basketball games and trips to Las Vegas. (Kate Irby, McClatchy)


Visualized

‘Two Good Guys With Guns’: On May 24, dual residents confronted and killed a gunman in Oklahoma City. Here’s how it happened. (Frances Stead Sellers and Mark Berman, The Washington Post)

It’s Not Just in Your Head: According to a new research by a Pew Research Center, people unequivocally have become angrier on amicable media. (German Lopez, Vox)

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Article source: https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/07/the-atlantic-politics-policy-daily-rsvputin/565616/

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