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Unchecked by campaign finance regulation, unchallenged by a journalism sufficient to expose abuses, a nearly unbeatable force opposed progressives in 2010.
It’s time for us to go big, challenge the limits of the debate and organize from the outside in.
We have increasingly substituted opinion and prejudice for science and reason.
Perhaps, once the United States recovers its moral bearings, it will be ready to recognize the bravery of Bradley Manning and Julian Assange.
Democrats should respond to the election results by getting things done for the American people.
Bush has now publicly admitted to signing off on the CIA's torture tactics. That seals the case against him.
The president needs to learn to play hardball.
But not for long.
Obama doesn't have the spine for the job. Russ Feingold does.
Conservatives don't really want to get rid of abortion rights? This next Congress, we might just find out.
Nancy Spero began using only the female figure in her paintings to push back the limits of her world.
Timothy Garton Ash is a fine writer of "analytic reportage," but his work has lately displayed symptoms of columnitis.
Gal Beckerman's When They Come for Us We'll Be Gone is an engaging account of the exodus of Jews from the Soviet Union.
This puzzle originally appeared in the November 29, 1975, issue.