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She was courageous to write a book about being freaked out by becoming a mother and the changes that come with it. But the postpartum period doesn't have to be riddled with problems.
Luiselli makes a point that will make some uncomfortable, because it implicates all of us in the decision not to allow these children asylum in the United States.
Justice Sotomayor dryly noted that the explanation of "he reached for his waistband" is a depressingly well-worn one, trotted out all too often to justify police shootings.