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Bill Clinton’s Treasury Secretary, Lawrence Summers, admits that he never visited Rust Belt cities devastated by NAFTA. Displaced White workers “weren’t heavily on our radar screen,” he said, noting that
So say the Better Angels of the partisan divide.
The Practical Farmers of Iowa waste no time on partisan politics as they face the challenges of extreme weather and depleted soils.
The old exploitative images are indelible: out of work, White, needy. They obscure the region’s diversity and long tradition of activism.
Thom Hartmann on why we should use constitutional solutions to rescue our democracy from the agendas of billionaires and corporations.
For a branch of government originally conceived as the weakest of the three, the high court has taken much more power for itself in the past 230 years.
Congress is officially moving toward impeaching the president. But even then, it’s up to the people to keep our republic.
Twice in 20 years, a president has won office without winning the popular vote. A new movement is looking to change that.
When the need for large-scale solutions is so dire, it can be challenging to focus on individual actions.
A clear and shared vision among Democrats is the only way to compete against “Make America Great Again.”
Co-op alternatives to Airbnb strive to offer short-term rentals that respect local communities.
Maybe not the one you think: When all you do is pitch to your base, it turns out no one else has much to gain by playing ball with you.
While young people tend to vote for more progressive candidates, the policies they support are necessary for everyone’s survival.
The court’s gone conservative. But there’s pretty clear evidence that public pressure can make a difference.
Socialist baiting of the last century won’t work against the new generation of political leaders.
It took a long time, and a lot of activism. But the shift in public opinion wasn’t led by legislators or think tanks or journalists. It was led by young people.
And it offers a blueprint for reforming other districts that suffer from overpolicing.
We need true democracy if we’re to halt the slide into self-extinction.
When firmly grounded in truth, mischief-making can be an effective tool to generate valuable public discourse.
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