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Issue: Winter 2019

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Sister Power features Winning the Gender Wars: Feminism and misogyny have assumed larger roles in Americans’ electoral identities. This worked to the Democrats’ advantage in the midterms, but may not in the presidential race two years hence.

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Some reforms will be easy. The harder steps will be the real test.  Read more

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Social media is the best friend disinformation ever had, and the cure is far from obvious.  Read more

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How the government rescued finance while retaining most of the abuses that caused the collapse Read more

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It isn't only the marketplace that determines worth.  Read more

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The competition that justifies capitalism is being destroyed—by capitalists. Read more

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How Americans can move their country closer to majority rule Read more

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A look inside the agency’s Midwest office Read more

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In much of the country, access to abortion has already been blocked by state governments, especially for women in poverty. And if Roe goes, access will be scarcer still.  Read more

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Why Her Majesty’s Opposition is failing to demolish the feeble Theresa May Read more

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Domestic political turmoil in the European Union’s four largest economies spells trouble ahead. Read more

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America’s beleaguered poor and working class have a host of problems, but the culture of irresponsibility that J.D. Vance says they’re prey to isn’t one of them. Read more

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The election win wasn’t just about Congress. Many of the openings for democratic reform will be in the states. Read more

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O’Rourke’s near-victory has them seeing purple—but can they keep turning out more voters and moving Texas leftward when he’s not on the ballot? Read more

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This year, thousands of teachers, hotel workers, Google employees, and others walked off the job and won major gains. Which raises two questions: Why now? And will this continue? Read more

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Catharsis is good, but effectiveness matters more.  Read more

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An overdue reform agenda awaits investigations and hearings. Read more

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To win substantive reforms, our system is overdue for structural reforms. 2018 creates an opening.  Read more

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The midterms made clear that progressive candidates can retake the region with young and minority voters. Read more

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For all their differences, House Democrats need to unite around a pro-worker agenda. The party also needs a smart way to winnow its immense field of presidential prospects. Read more

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Feminism and misogyny have assumed larger roles in Americans’ electoral identities. This worked to the Democrats’ advantage in the midterms, but may not in the presidential race two years hence. Read more

Money, Politics and Power