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Executive Branch news and analysis from The Nation
December 1, 2022
Should a Single Trump Judge Have the Power to Void Biden’s Policies?
While the answer seems obvious, a Supreme Court case highlights why the question is legitimately complex.
December 1, 2022
Pandemic Year 3: Who’s Got the Power?
Has public health failed us? Or have we failed public health?
November 29, 2022
Without the US and China’s Cooperation, Climate Catastrophe Is Inevitable
What if the two countries moved beyond simply talking and started working together to champion the radical lowering of global carbon emissions?
Michael T. Klare
November 24, 2022
FDR Served Up a Critique of Capitalism With His Thanksgiving Proclamations
The 32nd president regularly decried “greed and selfishness and striving for undue riches.”
November 18, 2022
America’s Political Crisis Goes Beyond Trump
Given the startling proliferation of illiberal and antidemocratic tendencies in the American polity, how should we rate the health of our own liberal democracy?
Andrew J. Bacevich
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November 16, 2022
Donald Trump Knows How to Win the Republican Presidential Nomination
The defeated former president is running again in 2024 and—despite what some pundits say—he’s the favorite to win the GOP nomination.
November 9, 2022
Clean Energy Is Booming. Now Here’s the Bad News.
The transition away from dirty energy is as much a political battle as it is a technological challenge.
November 7, 2022
Democracy Is on the Ballot. But Will It Decide the Election?
Democrats are still not connecting the authoritarian threat to the wider GOP agenda.
November 4, 2022
Get Ready for the Coming Impeachment of Joe Biden
The GOP is ready to again beclown American democracy
November 2, 2022
In the Richest Country in the World, Precarity Is the Norm
Policy-makers in Washington and so many states continue to legislate as if inequality weren’t an emergency for tens, if not hundreds, of millions of us.
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis