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  • The Thirty-Year Itch

    Mark Schmitt

    Perhaps the Bush era was just the decadent late phase of the dying culture of post-1978 conservatism. Now we need a liberal agenda that's ambitious and confident enough to take over the next 30 years.

  • Why Immigration Reform Matters

    Paul Starr

    From our July/August print issue: If there is a deal to be had on immigration in this Congress, liberals and progressives should be part of it.

  • Beyond Regret

    Sarah Blustain

    Simple facts have not proven a useful tool in the fight to uphold abortion rights. Pro-choicers need to craft an emotional counter-narrative that rings true for -- and about -- women.

  • Forget Those Treaties!

    Thomas Geoghegan

    It's time to do away with treaties and start passing laws to bring America back in step with the rest of the world.

Culture

Vol.
18
No.
7
July 2007