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In American Jewish Politics Regarding Israel, the Center Is Collapsing
Increasingly, U.S. media are covering the growing repression of left-wing and dissenting voices in Israel, alienating many American Jews, especially among the young.| August 27, 2014
In 'Long, Slow, Agonizing Process,' a Former Texas Operative Leaves the Religious Right
Elaine White was once in the inner circle of political power in the second-largest state in the nation. Then a crisis of faith changed all that.| August 24, 2014
Can Liberalism Survive the Obama Presidency? (Yes, It Can.)
If Obama is a transformative figure, it isn’t in the ideological way he seemed after his election.| July 28, 2014
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