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The Fifty Most Influential Progressives of the Twentieth Century | The Nation

The Fifty Most Influential Progressives of the Twentieth Century

American Progressives: Nation Readers' Picks

We asked our readers to nominate the American progressives who have made the biggest difference in the twentieth century—and the activists, advocates and politicians who are already defining the twenty-first.

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The radical ideas of one generation become the common sense of the next. Here, Peter Dreier honors the people who moved progressive ideas in America from the marginal to the mainstream.

It is highly important to elect Congressmen and Senators who sincerely believe that continuous full employment and full production should be our national objective.

Fear should not dictate our definition of democracy; a government should do all it can to protect and serve the basic liberties of all people.

What shall the public say in a critical time in the demography of black labor? The South must reform its attitude toward blacks, while the North must reform its attitude toward common labor.

The removal of all forms of the subjection of women is the purpose to which the National Woman's Party is dedicated.