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Will Economic Populism Win Back the Midwest for Democrats?
The decline of industrial unions and significant demographic changes portend challenging times for the region’s Democrats.| July 26, 2014
How Two Centrist Dems May Herald a Progressive Future for Georgia
As Republicans head to the polls to select a U.S. Senate candidate who will almost certainly hail from the right, Michelle Nunn and Jason Carter--daughter of Senator Sam and grandson of President Jimmy--take the middle path on a road destined to veer left.| July 21, 2014
Why Democrats Need to Take Sides in America's Class War
Straddling class divisions is so last century. There's a new base in town, and it includes a lot of people who used to be middle-class but aren't anymore.| July 17, 2014
As Working Families Take White House Stage, Paid Sick Leave Battle Continues
At the White House Summit on Working Families, one bright spot could be the advance of paid sick leave -- a benefit not offered by most newly created jobs.| June 23, 2014