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How an excesses of idealism and the embrace of violence harmed the American left in the 1970s.
Jeb Bush may impress foreign leaders just because he’s not his brother—but that’s not enough.
What began as isolated ideological attacks is looking more and more like a wholesale gutting of the state’s public colleges.
With new contenders, the DNC’s plan for just six debates is inadequate.
Clinton is running as a feminist—and that matters for all women.
Twenty-one states have refused to expand Medicaid, leaving millions of sick Americans without decent healthcare.
In his eight years as mayor of Burlington, Vermont, Bernie Sanders revitalized the economy and solidified support for progressive municipal policies.
The first step is to accept the fact that American power is limited and global rule is an impossible fantasy.
The mainstream media are unwilling to hold the architects of the war accountable.
—Front-page head, The New York Times