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    Commentary: If 'Mein Kampf' can sell on eBay, why not discontinued Dr. Seuss books?

    Media Credit: Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images North America/TNS Karin Klein, Los Angeles Times EBay allows people to sell Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" on its site, as well as the infamously false and anti-Semitic "Protocols of the Elders of Zion." "Peter Pan," laden with stereotypes about Native Americans, is for sale...

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    Editorial: The COVID relief bill: Imperfect, but essential

    Media Credit: Stefani Reynolds/Pool/Getty Images North America/TNS The Times Editorial Board, Los Angeles Times In the eyes of its critics, President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill is too big and too wasteful. They say that the flood of federal dollars will cause inflation to spike, discourage idled people from working and bail out overly generous public employee pension...

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    Virginia Heffernan: One week's news reveals the revolutionary strength of the Me Too movement

    Media Credit: Matthew Cavanaugh/Getty Images North America/TNS Virginia Heffernan, Los Angeles Times Movements are not trending topics. They're not celebrity scandals that excite the mediasphere like brush fires. They are paradigm shifts, and they do their work through legislation, court proceedings, disciplinary measures and the evolution of social...

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    Martin Schram: And history's 10,000-troop award goes to .

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    Cynthia M. Allen: Here's why Gov. Abbott's order on masks won't make Texas the 'Wild West' of COVID-19

    Media Credit: Lynda M. Gonzalez/The Dallas Morning News/TNS

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  • Opinon

    Commentary: The Supreme Court won't secure voting rights. It's up to Congress

    Media Credit: Samuel Corum/Getty Images North America/TNS Harry Litman, Los Angeles Times After oral arguments in a pair of voting rights cases Tuesday, Supreme Court watchers predict that the justices will uphold two laws that make it harder for Arizonans to get their votes counted. The question is the precise legal standard that the justices will set. Whatever that...

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  • Opinon

    Commentary: What the world got wrong about Rodney King

    Media Credit: Larry Davis/Los Angeles Times/TNS Dennis McDougal, Los Angeles Times He was called Glen by family and friends, and that's what I called him too, for Rodney Glen King was, indeed, a friend of mine. Born in 1965, King came into the world just before the Watts riots and left as Barack Obama was completing his first term as America's first Black president. Halfway through Glen's all...

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    Trudy Rubin: An admiral and a novelist want you to imagine a nuclear war with China

    Media Credit: Kevin Frayer/Getty Images AsiaPac/TNS Trudy Rubin, The Philadelphia Inquirer How do nations sleepwalk into war? Often through lack of imagination. That is the thesis that impelled Adm. James Stavridis, a former NATO supreme commander, and Elliot Ackerman, a prominent fiction writer and decorated Marine veteran, to write "2034: A Novel of the...

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  • Opinon

    Editorial: A better way to support states during downturns

    Media Credit: Yuri Gripas/Yuri Gripas/TNS The Editors, Bloomberg Opinion In previous U.S. recessions, a familiar fiscal pattern has almost always played out. Deprived of revenue, the state and local governments closest to the American people lay off employees and cut essential services. If and when Congress comes to the rescue, it's often too late. The economic damage has been done. In...

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    Editorial: Dr. Seuss was part Horton the elephant, part Grinch

    Media Credit: Photo Illustration by Scott Olson/Getty Images North America/TNS The Times Editorial Board, Los Angeles Times Read Across America Day was celebrated Tuesday, as it is every year, on the birthday of the late Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Yet neither the National Education Association, which launched Read Across America Day, nor President Joe Biden mentioned...

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