Stories by Eyal Press

Eyal Press is a writer based in New York. His work has appeared in the New York Review of Books, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and The Nation. He is the author of Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks and Heeding the Voice of Conscience in Dark Times and Absolute Convictions. subscribe to Eyal Press's feed

Posted on: Jun 3, 2016, Source: The American Prospect

The focus on recent events at Oberlin and other elite colleges risks obscuring what less privileged undergraduates are dealing with.

Posted on: Mar 6, 2012, Source: TomDispatch.com

Whistleblowers may often be praised in the abstract, but Americans ignore or even vilify them when they dare to stir up trouble in their own workplaces.

Posted on: Mar 12, 2009, Source: The Nation

The intensifying economic crisis is crushing the budgets of vital non-profits across the country, and the consequences are devastating.

Posted on: Aug 9, 2007, Source: The Nation

The 57 million "near-poor" living in America today are twice the number living in poverty.

Posted on: Apr 10, 2007, Source: The Nation

America's suburbs evoke images of dream homes, plush lawns and neighborhood BBQs, not low-wage jobs and houses under foreclosure. Yet for the first time ever, more poor Americans live in the suburbs than in all our cities combined.

Posted on: Nov 29, 2005, Source: The Nation

Why did Alito flaunt his membership in a Princeton alumni group that attempted to prevent women and minorities from receiving the same education he did?

Posted on: Sep 28, 2004, Source: The Nation

An anti-Bush backlash is growing among ranchers, hunters and property owners over natural gas drilling, which wreaks havoc on the environment.

Posted on: Aug 13, 2004, Source: The Nation

Democrats are determined to narrow the so-called "religion gap," if not to close it, in the coming election. Yet they are well aware that the challenge they face is at once daunting and complex.