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Bruce, after arriving in the middle of the night, waits to enter a Remote Area Medical (RAM) mobile dental and medical clinic on October 7, 2023, in Grundy, Virginia.

It’s Not Too Late for Democrats to Win Back Rural Voters It’s Not Too Late for Democrats to Win Back Rural Voters

Putting together a Democratic majority in 2024 requires winning back some portion of the rural working class. The good news is that it can be done. Here’s how.

May 17, 2024 / Column / Erica Etelson and Anthony Flaccavento

Former Treasury secretary and current Harvard professor Larry Summers listens to remarks during a discussion on low-income developing countries at the annual IMF and World Bank Spring Meetings, April 13, 2016, in Washington, DC. / AFP / Mike Theiler (Photo credit should read MIKE THEILER/AFP via Getty Images)

Larry Summers and the Crisis of Economic Orthodoxy Larry Summers and the Crisis of Economic Orthodoxy

The establishment’s repeated failures are creating room for heterodox ideas.

Jun 16, 2023 / 150th Anniversary / Jeet Heer

The Liberal Discontents of Francis Fukuyama

The Liberal Discontents of Francis Fukuyama The Liberal Discontents of Francis Fukuyama

“The End of History?” was more than just commentary; it was an announcement of victory. And yet, nearly a quarter-century later, its author remains unsure if liberalism truly won.

Apr 17, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Daniel Bessner

We’re Living in a Golden Age of Plenty—for the Rich

We’re Living in a Golden Age of Plenty—for the Rich We’re Living in a Golden Age of Plenty—for the Rich

Conspicuously absent from this year’s World Economic Forum was one of the most pressing issues of our time, which the elite that gathered are chiefly responsible for creating.

Feb 13, 2023 / Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis

Biden delivers remarks on status of Afghanistan evacuation.

Biden’s Foreign Policy at 2 Biden’s Foreign Policy at 2

Is America back?

Jan 24, 2023 / Katrina vanden Heuvel

The United States’ Global Power Is Fading Fast

The United States’ Global Power Is Fading Fast The United States’ Global Power Is Fading Fast

Becoming a primarily regional power is actually an opportunity to fundamentally reconsider relations with our home region, North America.

Jan 12, 2023 / Alfred McCoy

Democrats Got Tough on Crime. Now There’s a Crisis of Aging Behind Bars.

Democrats Got Tough on Crime. Now There’s a Crisis of Aging Behind Bars. Democrats Got Tough on Crime. Now There’s a Crisis of Aging Behind Bars.

California and New York legislators are trying to undo the damage caused since the 1994 Crime Bill. But elder parole isn’t working as hoped.

Dec 14, 2022 / Feature / Victoria Law

How the Third Way Made Neoliberal Politics Seem Inevitable

How the Third Way Made Neoliberal Politics Seem Inevitable How the Third Way Made Neoliberal Politics Seem Inevitable

An overhyped new paradigm proved to be a slogan without a movement.

Dec 13, 2022 / Feature / Lily Geismer

A protester at the 1999 World Trade Organization demon

How the Left Was Lost in the 1990s—but Found Its Way Again How the Left Was Lost in the 1990s—but Found Its Way Again

In the 1990s, the left was embattled and diminished. But it kept the flame burning just enough for a new generation to come along and give it oxygen.

Dec 12, 2022 / Feature / Naomi Klein

Trumpism Was Born in the ’90s

Trumpism Was Born in the ’90s Trumpism Was Born in the ’90s

Clintonian centrism allowed the radical right to incubate.

Dec 12, 2022 / Feature / Jeet Heer

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