TIME Magazine 2021 March 15 issue
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For the Record
The Brief
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Making the vaccines vigilant
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Who's afraid of Saudi Arabia?
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Milestones: Lawrence Ferlinghetti
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At-home bakeries
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A ski town stays open
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TIME With...Belarus' Svetlana Tikhanovskaya
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Myanmar protests
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Fitness: back to basics
The View
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Representative Marie Newman and Evie Newman on the case for the Equality Act
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Ian Bremmer on the woes of a Turkish strongman
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A chat with Kazuo Ishiguro
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's favorite collars
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Weather-proofing infrastructure
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Homegrown Threats. Can Joe Biden curb surging right-wing extremism? By Vera Bergengruen and W.J. Hennigan
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Missed Shots. Vaccinations skip those the virus hits hardest By Janell Ross
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A League of Her Own. Marlins GM Kim Ng makes history By Sean Gregory
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Justice Delayed. The mess COVID-19 has made of criminal courts By Melissa Chan
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Women and the Pandemic. Isolation, despair and fortitude By Jaquira Díaz
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Forced to choose between kids and work By Eliana Dockertman
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A sisterhood of mothers By Jasmine Aguilera
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The rise of India's protestin women farmers By Nilanjana Bhowmick
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Ceyenne Doroshow on doing housing right By Cady Lang
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New ways to put food on the table By Mariah Espada and Abby Vesoulis
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Taking on domestic violence in Russia By Madeline Roache
Time Off
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Britney in retrospect: postfeminist pop culture revisited
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Books: the reads of March
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Movies: Barb and Star and the rise of the instant cult classic
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7 Questions for Minari director Lee Isaac Chung
March 15, 2021

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