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Is This the Year of the Latino Voter?
Latinos have had some of the lowest voter turnout rates, but this November—with unprecedented mobilization campaigns and the specter of a Trump presidency—may be different.| July 5, 2016
Song for an Unsung Hero
In his revelatory biography of community organizer Fred Ross Sr., Gabriel Thompson traces the roots of today’s progressive movement.| July 1, 2016
The First Post-Middle-Class Election
The politics of downward mobility and racial diversity have eroded the center, pushing Democrats to the left and Republicans toward an authoritarian right.| June 29, 2016
A Conversation with Andy Stern on the Case for a Universal Basic Income
With income from work increasingly unreliable and technology displacing jobs, do we need a citizen wage?| June 28, 2016