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Late Night TV in Trump’s America

As Americans increasingly turn to late-night television for help grappling with the news, hosts like Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers are being rewarded for their embrace of political content.


Free Time for the Unfree

Free time in prisons varies significantly both across and within state borders, leaving many inmates at risk of relapsing into crime.


President’s Note

HPR President Ali Hakim discusses the Fall 2017 issue of the magazine.


No Work Left to Do

The consequences of a world without work will reach far beyond the initial economic shock: our cultures, lifestyles, and sense of purpose will all be impacted. Addressing the challenge of automation requires rethinking the meaning of work itself.


An Economic Tragedy: America’s Nonworking Men

Americans are already beginning to see the political and social destabilization that comes from prime-aged men leaving the labor force. The absence of a multipronged effort to address this decline will only exacerbate these issues.


Growth at Harvard

Former HPR President Joe Choe reflects on his experience with the magazine.