Katrina vanden Heuvel: Wisconsin’s Stunning Citizen’s Movement

Katrina vanden Heuvel: Wisconsin’s Stunning Citizen’s Movement

Katrina vanden Heuvel: Wisconsin’s Stunning Citizen’s Movement

As progressives move on from the unsuccessful campaign to recall Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, what will they take away from the experience?

Facebook
Twitter
Email
Flipboard
Pocket

It took place in Wisconsin, but the recall election of Governor Scott Walker was one of national importance for both Democrats and Republicans, hinging upon some of the country’s most divisive issues. Nation editor and publisher Katrina vanden Heuvel joins NPR’s Talk of the Nation to discuss what progressives have learned from the experience of Walker’s recall election.

—Elizabeth Whitman

Thank you for reading The Nation!

We hope you enjoyed the story you just read, just one of the many incisive, deeply reported articles we publish daily. Now more than ever, we need fearless journalism that moves the needle on important issues, uncovers malfeasance and corruption, and uplifts voices and perspectives that often go unheard in mainstream media.

Donate right now and help us hold the powerful accountable, shine a light on issues that would otherwise be swept under the rug, and build a more just and equitable future.

For nearly 160 years, The Nation has stood for truth, justice, and moral clarity. As a reader-supported publication, we are not beholden to the whims of advertisers or a corporate owner. But it does take financial resources to report on stories that may take weeks or months to investigate, thoroughly edit and fact-check articles, and get our stories to readers like you.

Donate today and stand with us for a better future. Thank you for being a supporter of independent journalism.

Thank you for your generosity.

Ad Policy
x