Catherine Addington

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Brazil’s Little Platoons

Residents of Rio's famed slums are tougher and more self-sustaining than the Olympic games displacing them.
Catherine Addington August 12, 2016

Set the Agenda for Conservatism’s Next Generation

You're right to be excited about TAC's future. Now come be a part of it.
Catherine Addington June 1, 2016

Obama Plays the Long Game in Latin America

Why the overshadowed visit to Argentina matters
Catherine Addington March 28, 2016

‘No Party Owns Us’

A millennial's guide to the youth vote
Catherine Addington March 14, 2016

Celebrating American Catholics

Pope Francis' visit reminds us of the diversity within the Church—and the country.
Catherine Addington September 28, 2015

What Cuba Means for Latin America

The thaw with Havana opens an opportunity for the U.S. to become a regional leader.
Catherine Addington August 24, 2015

How to Stop Brutality-Adjacent Policing

We need to train police offers to be "guardians," not warriors.
Catherine Addington July 29, 2015

Off the Literary Reservation

Young-adult fiction is giving Native Americans their own voice.
Catherine Addington October 10, 2014