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With the rise of the Internet, we’re no longer simply passive readers at the mercy of someone else’s idea of how to organize the world.
Wild Republican accusations have been debunked—but still they continue.
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s Double Down entertains, but its contempt for liberalism shows on almost every page.
Two critical institutions of American liberalism just celebrated birthdays. Here’s wishing them many happy returns.
A damning new report by the Committee to Protect Journalists raises alarm about the press under Obama.
Liberals honor a great public intellectual—while the editor of Commentary compares him to a Nazi.
For half a century, the Institute for Policy Studies has been an invaluable font of progressive ideas and action. We look forward to the next half-century.
All too often, the most prestigious perch in journalism—the New York Times op-ed page—is given to those who flatter the powerful.
As the old journalism dies, what does the Bezos era portend?
Why, to Beltway reporters, Glenn Greenwald is no Bob Woodward.
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