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He's now in the fight of his life.
In a test case for Democrats, the fiery Florida populist takes on a stiff challenge from the right.
The celebrated film tells a familiar story about unions and schools—but misses what's new.
The tragic irony of this political moment: the people with the most faith in Obama are the hardest hit by the economic disaster, and this brute fact is driving the enthusiasm gap.
Is there a progressive vision for the post-Daley era in Chicago?
It's long past time for us to recognize Arab- and Muslim-Americans as an integral part of America's complexity.
We have some questions.
With Marty Peretz, the problem is not a single racist statement, it's a lifetime of them.
In the George W. Bush years, there was little political capital in scapegoating Muslims. Now, apparently, there's a lot.
How did craft become a calling that dare not speak its name?
This puzzle originally appeared in the October 11, 1975, issue.