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Liberalism—including much of what’s published in this magazine—seems well-intentioned but inadequate. The solution lies in the re-emergence of American radicalism.
Washington institutions esteemed for their independent scholarship don’t disclose donations from corporations and foreign governments.
The neoconservative leading the fight over the legacy of Vatican II in the American Church.
It’s absurd to expect agency auditors to sort out confusing, outdated campaign finance laws and regulations.
The governor needs to peddle a moderate image to win re-election in New Jersey, but on everything from reproductive rights to the environment to austerity, he’s very conservative.
Without its lifeline, a stream of federal aid, Lemoore is in crisis mode—and residents of all political stripes are united in outrage.
Post Election Day, is the network's huge audience tuning out?
The growing movement against education reform is challenging a well-messaged behemoth funded by billionaires and sanctioned by both political parties.
Katrina vanden Heuvel on the battle for paid sick days, Elana Leopold on the fight against Pam Geller's Islamaphobic ads, Sarah Woolf on the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, the editors congratulate Katha for her National Magazine Award nomination
Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins pulled off a huge upset in a state legislative race by showing that he cared.