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Let’s call the Pittsburgh massacre what it is — domestic terrorism.

To counter threat of white nationalist violence, one must be honest about what it is

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UW Law School’s new program exemplifies Wisconsin Idea, will help victims of domestic violence

Mutually beneficial programs show why university's role should not be limited to campus

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Democrats must stop shifting the metrics by which they define economic success

Democrats seek to define Wisconsin's economic success by terms that are politically favorable to them

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Growth of socialist groups in Madison comes amid misconceptions, confusion

Through political education, socialists in Madison look to push against misinformation to seize political moment

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Blaming the Tree of Life massacre on Trump absolves us of responsibility

Though it is difficult to acknowledge our personal role in creating a toxic culture, it's the only way we can dismantle extremism

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Advisory referendums mean nothing without political action

Ballot questions concerning marijuana legalization must result in direct, effective legislation

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City of Madison’s endorsement of grassroots campaigns begins to build political awareness

Though direct reduction in U.S. nuclear arms is not imminent, small campaigns play a crucial role in creating large-scale political change

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To reduce violence, civility must make a return to American political culture

Polarized rhetoric may encourage outrageous acts of domestic terrorism

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#MeToo brought female leaders to prominence, but trend must continue

Nearly half of men fired for sexual harassment have been replaced by women, who have brought countless benefits to workplaces

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While important, there are better ways to impact change than through voting

Like its seasonal counterpart Freakfest, VoteFest is another method of control on public activity