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The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel speaks with Middle East scholar Juan Cole about his open letter to the left on Libya.
The civil rights leader explains how the protests in Cairo and Madison have broken our "cynical disbelief" and revealed that people have the power to change their situations.
The fight in Wisconsin, Jackson urges, cannot be about public worker versus private worker: defeating Governor Walker's bill would be a victory for all workers.
Instead of giving in to the conservative campaign to demonize organized labor, progressives should push to secure higher benefits for all workers.
Johnson explains how the tiny Nordic country came to be the most feminist place on earth.
The former British diplomat recounts his own whistleblowing and the benefits and dangers of the WikiLeaks dipomatic cables dump.
As Republicans gear up to challenge Obama's healthcare reform legislation, former insurance executive Potter explains how the move to repeal is a smokescreen for the health insurance industry's true motives.
If you're disappointed with Obama, Rev. Jesse Jackson has a reminder for you: American presidents haven't done many great things without a mass movement pushing them every step of the way.
The Nation's Sasha Abramsky and Obama's Drug Czar, Gil Kerlikowske, speak at length about the administration's drug reform agenda.
For Berman, Obama's grassroots victory in 2008 built heavily on the fifty-state electoral strategy which Howard Dean pursued as DNC chairman. But in a political climate far different than the one that brought Obama to power, how can the Democrats harness this enthusiasm once again?