20th Anniversary Issue: The Good Fight

August 2010


  • A 20-Year Odyssey

    Robert Kuttner

    Since the Prospect began publication as a quarterly with a circulation of 2,700, it's been a forum for inspired argument, both with the right and within the liberal family.
  • Who Owns Freedom?

    Mark Schmitt

    Do liberals take civil liberties seriously enough?
  • Whoa, Mama

    Ann Friedman

    Palin and her ilk claim to speak for moms but offer no policy solutions for working families.
  • Fire on the Left

    Robert Reich

    Tea Partiers are getting all the press, but it's the anger on the left that spells trouble for Dems in the midterms.


  • The Middle Man

    David Weigel

    Lessons from life in Washington's ideological gray zone.
  • Where Race Isn't Off-Limits

    Jamelle Bouie

    Talking about race as if it were a thing apart is to deny the central role it plays in nearly every aspect of American life.
  • Noted

    The Editors

    Responses to Heather Rogers' "Slowed Good Revolution," Lisa Guernsey's "A Place for Play," and a note from Prospect Executive Editor Mark Schmitt
  • Meet Eliseo Medina

    Harold Meyerson

    SEIU's new secretary-treasurer is a champion of immigrant rights and an innovator in the fight to unionize marginalized service-industry workers.
  • Up Front

    The Editors

    Tweets to avoid at work, what to do if the GOP pulls off a landslide in November, and The Question

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20th Anniversary