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Issue: The Myth of Hillarycare

Issue number: 9

This month: Who's Gore endorsing?, Fred Thompson: Dumb as hell, Ted Nugent gets all dressed up, and Bush's 'The Fantastic Freedom Institute.' Read more

Departments

When students at conservative Christian Patrick Henry College entered the real world of Republican campaigns in a swing state, they found that God's plan did not always include victory. Read more

Features

Our increasing inequality and our competitiveness problems are huge -- but they can't be laid at the door of our education system. Read more

Features

Political reform has a deep history within the progressive tradition, and the last election and recent debates suggest that reform in the larger sense may have its moment. Read more

Columns

Democrats should not promise an impossible victory, only an honorable end to the Iraq War as expediently as possible. Read more

Columns

People tend to be less cautious when they know they'll be bailed out. But even when they're careful, people cannot always assess risks accurately. Read more

Columns

Issuing ID cards to immigrants and citizens alike, liberal New Haven charts a course for cities that want to treat immigrants like people. Read more

Features

More than ever, we need to craft an accord on migrant workers. Read more

Features

Is the United States an empire, a hegemon, or what? And whatever happened to the idea of the U.S. as an exemplary liberal democracy? Read more

Books, Arts and Culture

Heard about the company that resold the drugs that came back in the mail? That's apparently just a normal day in the life of our under-regulated drug industry. Read more

Features

With immigration reform dead, Democrats court Hispanics and Republicans go (more) nativist. Read more

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Steelworker President Leo Gerard looks like an old-time union leader, but he's put together a labor-environmentalist alliance that bridges some growing Democratic fissures. Read more

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Democratic candidates have partners who can be more liberal than they. Republican candidates, ideally, are still married to June Cleaver. Read more

Books, Arts and Culture

The State Department wants to fund artists to create works for overseas museums -- so long as the art promotes U.S. foreign policy. Read more

Books, Arts and Culture

The U.S. average life expectancy is greater than ever -- for everyone but pregnant women. Read more

Columns

The sub-prime mess, the huge risks taken by hedge funds, and the conflicts of interest that led to Enron are all the consequences of serial bouts of financial deregulation. Will we reverse field in time to prevent another 1929? Read more

Features

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Did Hillary doom health reform in 1993? Here's the real story, from the Prospect co-editor who was a White House senior health policy advisor at the time. Read more

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