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The Atlantic Politics Daily: Our Most Memorable Stories of the Year

A few of the pieces—from Steve King to socialism—that stuck with our reporters this year.

It’s Tuesday, December 24. In today’s newsletter: Our reporters’ favorite stories of the year. We’ll be back on Thursday with more stories worth revisiting.

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Covering politics as a journalist can often feel like having short-term memory loss: With the nonstop flood of news, it can be tough to’s politics team to remember the best, most memorable stories they’ve worked on over the past year:

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