Once again, America is riveted by a presidential election. Candidates have spent months naming the problems that ail us and detailing (or not) their plans to fix them. But some crises right in front of us remain largely unaddressed.

The overlooked crisis in our civil justice system is a prime example. Millions of Americans are fighting legal battles alone without any access to legal help, compromising the fundamental fairness of our society. Yet we hear nearly nothing about it on the campaign trail.

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