The Atlantic Magazine - December 2020
The Atlantic Magazine - December 2020
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In this issue
e Historian Who Sees the Future
Peter Turchin believes he has discovered iron laws that dictate the rise and fall of civilizations. He predicts a dire decade for the United States.
By Graeme Wood
When a Child Is a Weapon
Family courts are often at a loss when one parent turns a child against the other in a divorce. Some judges are forcing kids to attend “reunication camps” with the mom or dad they hate.
By Barbara Bradley Hagerty
School Wasn't So Great Before Covid, Either
Yes, remote schooling has been a misery—but it’s offering a rare chance to rethink early education entirely.
There's No Stopping Santa
The middle of a global pandemic might seem like a good time to cut back on holiday excess. But then, we live in America.
Death Of A Small Business
“I’m more than just my store,” my father told me. And yet, for nearly his entire adult life, all of his decisions had argued the opposite.
The Last Children of Down Syndrome
Prenatal testing is changing who gets born and who doesn't. This is just the beginning.
THE HISTORIAN WHO SEES THE FUTURE
PETER TURCHIN BELIEVES HE HAS DISCOVERED IRON LAWS THAT DICTATE THE RISE AND FALL OF CIVILIZATIONS. HE PREDICTS A DIRE DECADE FOR THE UNITED STATES.
The Existential Despair of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Revisiting the most disturbing Christmas special
Bringing Politics Into the Classroom
Why it’s impossible—and irresponsible— for teachers in minority communities to ignore the subject
The Many Lives of Adrienne Rich
Praised by W. H. Auden as neat and modest, she vowed to be passionate and radical instead.
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