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The American Staff
Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Based upon trends in racial self-classification, one has to be skeptical about the emergence of “majority-minority” America.
A generational fault line has opened between Sanders and Clinton Democrats—but it can, and should, be bridged.
Maybe it's time to stop being so dismissive of Sanders and the mass frustration that he is channeling.
The Bernie kids and the Hillary regulars meet—and sparks don't fly.
Between Trump's misogyny and Sanders's demeaning of Planned Parenthood, this presidential contest is all about the role of women in society.
More mainstream economists now find that the income mal-distribution reflects the political sway of elites, not economic imperatives.
Richards faces down attacks that may yet backfire on the right.
The party has moved left in response to hard times. That should help it at the polls—but will it?
How Census Bureau statistics have misled thinking about the American future.
Can the movement rebuild itself below the Mason-Dixon line, and change Southern politics in the process?