William Greider on '08 election fears. Daphne A. Brooks shares her tainted love for Amy Winehouse. Also, Richard Kim and Salon's Rebecca Traister.
The highs and lows of both conventions, Jesse Jackson's first public comments since July and a debate on the role of progressives in the weeks to come.
The Nation's Bob Moser, John Nichols and Roberto Lovato discuss what progressive economic and immigration policy should be.
Nation publisher emeritus Victor Navasky, Rep. Robert Wexler and Rep. Keith Ellison discuss how the Democrats can best restore and maintain our constitutional rights.
Rev. Jackson makes an impassioned appeal for Obama's candidacy, arguing that we're experiencing "a mountaintop moment in America's history."
Nation writers Bob Moser and Roberto Lovato discuss how Democrats can best pursue economic reform and a better immigration policy.
Rep. Jim McDermott and Nation editorial board member Tom Hayden discuss how the US can end the Iraq war quickly and responsibly.
Rep. John Conyers and Rep. Barbara Lee discuss what a progressive policy on world hunger and the spread of HIV would look like.
The Nation's reporter in Georgia talks about being assaulted by Ossetian paramilitaries. Plus: A DNC preview.
China's middle class ambitions; the Democrats' quest for blue-collar votes.
Betsy Reed, Amy Alexander, Chris Hayes and Michael Tomasky debate the legacy of the media's 2008 election coverage.
Should President Bush be tried as a war criminal? An interview with Vincent Bugliosi. Plus: Bob Moser on Democrats and the South.