The Magazine

  • Vol. 26 No. 4
    Fall 2015



    • 55-45 Politics in a 50-50 Country

      Thomas Schaller

      Republicans start every election cycle with structural advantages regardless of the issues and all the other factors that usually determine who wins elections.
    • Employer Political Coercion: A Growing Threat

      Alexander Hertel-Fernandez

      Since Citizens United, companies can legally require workers to participate in politics—and fire them if they refuse.


    • A Caricature of Black Reality

      Randall Kennedy

      Ta-Nehisi Coates has written the race book of the year. Too bad it’s disempowering.
    • It's Still a Struggle

      Samuel Issacharoff

      The fight for voting rights hasn’t been the straightforward battle we once might have expected to win and be done with.  
    • Security for a Precarious Workforce

      David Bensman

      What will it take, economically and politically, to broadly regularize employment?  
    • A Government Both More Secretive and More Open

      Mary Graham

      The same decades that saw the growth of national-security secrecy saw the rise of the public’s “right to know.”  
    • The Shame of Tax Havens

      Reuven Avi-Yonah

      Taxes evaded in offshore havens could fund a lot of public services.  


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