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Most of today’s abuses call for antitrust remedies from the Progressive Era—if we just get serious about enforcement. Read more

Economic Policy

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Two new books explore how difficult the housing market and criminal justice system make it to climb out of poverty. Read more

Economic Policy

The chief justice’s changes to the rules for litigation make suing big business a whole lot harder. Read more

Law and Justice

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The role of sheer fortune challenges the politics of the fortunate—and the conceits of economics.  Read more

Economic Policy

Arrest targets compound the risk of racially biased stop-and-frisk. Read more

Law and Justice

Schools are cutting back on expulsions and suspensions, which are doled out disproportionately to minority students. Without adequate funding, though, the new reforms may cause problems of their own. Read more

Education in America

The defining challenge of the next president’s infrastructure agenda will be persuading Congress to come along for the ride. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

How ending profit shifting can fix corporate tax cheating and satisfy Republicans  Read more

Money, Politics and Power

It’s time we saw support for child care and paid leave as central to both economic growth and family well-being. Read more

, Education in America

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Coulter threads her way between the Koch brothers, alt-right, and Paul Ryan. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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American democracy faces the risk of systemic harm in 2016. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

More than ever, we need a public option—and other changes—to ensure the ACA achieves its ambitious, far-reaching goals.  Read more

Health and Social Policy

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How a Democratic Senate might shift the legislative dynamics. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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What progressives can learn from de Blasio’s policies in New York City. Read more

Economic Policy

The transformative potential of a shift in even one seat Read more

Money, Politics and Power

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When did hyper-partisanship begin? Pre-election polling data point to the mid-1990s. Read more

Money, Politics and Power

Strengthening democracy is the key to all other reforms. Read more

Civil Rights in America

The decline of the white working class and the rise of the Tea Party and Donald Trump.  Read more

Books

The Sanders campaign mobilized the largest democratic left the nation has seen in decades. Can its follow-up organization and other liberal groups roll its revolution on? Read more

Economic Policy

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AP Photo/Chuck Burton

Federal courts have overturned several state voting restrictions, but the struggle continues on the ground. Read more

Civil Rights in America