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Opinion

Thursday, August 13, 2020
Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Most people who call themselves Marxists know very little of Karl Marx’s life and have never read his three-volume “Das Kapital.” Volume I was published in 1867, the only volume published before Marx’s death in 1883. Volumes II and III were later edited and published in his name by his friend and collaborator Friedrich Engels. Most people who call themselves Marxist have only read his 1848 pamphlet “The Communist Manifesto,” which was written with Engels.

With massive statewide confusion over schools reopening, sky-high unemployment rates, and hospital beds increasingly filled with COVID-19 patients, one thing that seems all too clear is that we are living through a uniquely fraught time. And we are going through it with nearly every one of our fellow human beings. The novel coronavirus has wreaked havoc in every corner of the world and touched every family.

Features

Sunday, August 09, 2020

It is undeniable the many ways this current pandemic continues to change our world. The recent disruptions to our daily routines, once seemingly unalterable, have caused many of us to have to adapt to a new “normal.” The uncertainty of our long-term prospects and the necessity to curb and, u…

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Jennifer Durham, a science teacher at River Road Middle School in Elizabeth City, was one of nine middle school teachers from eight states selected to participate in the National STEM Scholar Program.

Friday, August 07, 2020