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Hope plus action and investment equals revolutionary muscle. Now is the time for the progressive majority to set the terms of the conversation.
How winning campaigns are working to overcome the sexism and racism that nonwhite candidates face.
In June, Maine used ranked-choice voting, which opens up the system to third parties and independents.
Trump will replace the last centrist on the Supreme Court. Now only voter pushback can restore balance to Congress.
The best way to discourage voting—and thwart democracy—is to predict a big win for any party. Here’s what the primaries are indicating about the political landscape ahead of the midterms.
Parents and teachers aren’t angry over what the new book says about the president, but rather what it leaves out.
Movements such as #MeToo and #SheShouldRun have re-energized the Equal Rights Amendment.
Still, there are signs of progress that could lead to increased turnout come November, including 1,800 women running for federal and state offices.
Regardless of how the Supreme Court rules on two cases, anti-gerrymandering action at the state level is well underway.
The first Black woman candidate for governor of Georgia overcame obstacles at every turn, and laid out the road map for others to follow.
In both red states and blue states, steps are underway to limit how much districts can be drawn for partisan advantage.
Even when sensible adults finally take back government, “back to normal” is not what we want.
8 lessons U.S. progressives can learn from Jeremy Corbyn’s remarkable campaign.
Modeled after the Civil Rights Era’s citizenship and freedom schools, the new Sojourner Truth School for Social Change Leadership teaches skills for the Trump Era.