The Books they Ban: A Novel about the WWII Internment of Japanese

In the last two years, 19 censorship bills became law across the country, including gag orders on public school teachers and librarians, according to the National Education Association.

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The Aluminum Smelter in Search of a Power Source

Jobs plus industrial revival plus national security plus carbon-free industry — small wonder Washington’s entire congressional delegation, Ds and Rs together, signed a letter endorsing the project. 

Recession By Any Other Name…

We should recognize that this is likely to be a recession with very unique characteristics, and won’t be easily mapped to recent ones.

Making a List: Writers who Touched the Pacific Northwest

One example: Gertrude Stein’s longtime companion, Alice B. Toklas, was raised in Seattle, where her father owned one of the city’s early department stores.

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A Strong and Restive Bench: Attorney General Bob Ferguson in the Wing

The emergence of a new front bench of Democrats are mostly prominently attorneys general who brought successful court challenges against Trump.

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