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Whatever pundits say, this election was not a wholesale repudiation of liberalism.
The American Staff
Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Bailing out Greece is politically impossible—it's also increasingly necessary.
The key to understanding the rise in inequality isn’t technology or globalization. It’s the power of the moneyed interests to shape the underlying rules of the market.
The new American electorate could offer a durable majority--if Democrats address economic needs with progressive policies, not centrist ones.
A House committee has voted to overturn a local D.C. law that prevents discrimination based on employees' reproductive choices.
A series of garment factory fires in Bangladesh spurred reforms in the industry. But will they bring meaningful change?