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A National Failure to Protect. Jul 1, 2020 2035
Post-Pandemic America. May 1, 2020 2219
How the Right Went Far-Right. Mar 1, 2020 2421
How Money Now Tries to Bury the Truth. Jan 1, 2020 1881
HOW NEOLIBERAL POLICY SHAPED THE INTERNET--AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT NOW: UNRESTRAINED DIGITAL MARKETS HAVE GIVEN US MONOPOLY, PERVASIVE SURVEILLANCE, AND POWERFUL VECTORS OF DISINFORMATION. BUT A NEW AGENDA IS EMERGING TO TURN THINGS AROUND. Cover story Sep 22, 2019 5743
The Anti-Entrenchment Agenda. Jun 22, 2019 2068
The 2020 Election and the Democrats' Theory of Change. Mar 22, 2019 1953
Can a Blue Wave Save America? Viewpoint essay Sep 22, 2018 1765
How the Tax Act Undercuts Health-Care Reform: Ending the individual mandate will inflate premiums in the Obamacare marketplaces--especially for the middle class. Essay Jun 22, 2018 2573
The Long Game on Taxes: It's not too soon to start thinking about the tax reforms we need and the strategy for getting there. Essay Jun 22, 2018 1846
The Democratic Emergency. Essay Mar 22, 2018 1904
A New Strategy for Health Care: Looking beyond Trump, Democrats ought to focus on opening Medicare to people at age 50 and capping excessive health-care prices. Jan 1, 2018 5946
An American Way for America Now. Sep 22, 2017 1808
The republican health-care unraveling: resist now, rebound later. Essay Mar 22, 2017 3043
Who are we Americans now? And who will we become under Trump? Essay Jan 1, 2017 4056
When elections fail. Sep 22, 2016 1931
What is Hillary Clinton's agenda? She's had so much to say on so many issues that voters may not know what she wants to accomplish. Essay Jun 22, 2016 4426
The Democrats as a movement party. Essay Mar 22, 2016 2986
Accelerating the fight against ISIS. Column Jan 1, 2016 1903
The politics of frustration. Sep 22, 2015 867
Cultures of impunity. Column Jun 22, 2015 2055
How gilded ages end. Essay Mar 22, 2015 6439
The crash of The New Republic. Column Jan 1, 2015 840
The American situation. Sep 1, 2014 1983
Moving left to the center. Column May 1, 2014 893
Health reform's next test. Jan 1, 2014 856
Breaking the long deadlock. Sep 1, 2013 837
Bad faith and budget politics. May 1, 2013 882
Did Republicans lose the election? Jan 1, 2013 834
Obama's second-term BFD agenda: the president has a new opportunity for immigration reform, old business to finish on health care, and fateful decisions to make about energy and climate. Cover story Jan 1, 2013 5748
Obama and the art of not getting credit. Sep 1, 2012 829
The sixties at 50. Jul 1, 2012 774
Three roads from the Supreme Court. May 1, 2012 1559
Mitt Romney, hero of finance. Mar 1, 2012 748
The fanatics of the center. Jan 1, 2012 747
Obama's fate--and ours. Nov 1, 2011 765
The Medicare bind: Democrats should defend Medicare. But if they want to accomplish much else, they will have to change it. Cover story Nov 1, 2011 9299
The ultimate republican threat. Sep 1, 2011 777
The Manichean world of Tim Wu. Book review Jul 1, 2011 2433
The demise of the moderate republican. Jun 1, 2011 774
The healthy fallout from Fukushima. May 1, 2011 771
Troubled states. Mar 1, 2011 729
The republicans' senior moment. Jan 1, 2011 769
Back to deadlock. Nov 1, 2010 770
Prospects: past and future: America's 20-year tug-of-war. Sep 1, 2010 2091
The next health-reform campaign: the supporters of reform knew they had to battle to get it passed. Now they need to wage another campaign to implement it. Sep 1, 2010 2798
The preventive turn in health-care reform. Sep 1, 2010 828
Better than tea. Jun 1, 2010 777
Last chance for health reform. Apr 1, 2010 786
Underrating reform: even with its compromises, health reform is the most ambitious effort in decades to reorganize a big part of life around principles of justice and efficiency. Mar 1, 2010 1840
Obama year one. Jan 1, 2010 786
Faster, please. Dec 1, 2009 787
Bipartisanship in one party. Oct 1, 2009 759
Perils of the public plan. Jul 1, 2009 755
Revolution amid recession. May 1, 2009 721
Breaking the grip of the past. Mar 1, 2009 759
The realignment opportunity. Dec 1, 2008 783
The American collision. Oct 1, 2008 763
The year of passion. Jul 1, 2008 759
Freedom's future online. Book review Jul 1, 2008 1562
Lullaby of Baghdad. May 1, 2008 781
Bringing the race to closure. Mar 1, 2008 773
A new deal of their own: social policy once helped the young join the middle class. Today, government aid is mainly for the elderly and the poor. Mar 1, 2008 1654
The Democrats' strategic challenge: if the Democrats win the election, can the next president and Congress make significant progress toward realizing liberal aspirations? Here's how--a road map for the start of a new America. Cover story Jan 1, 2008 3466
Hold that tax. Dec 1, 2007 777
The Iran wedge. Essay Nov 1, 2007 782
Iraq Trap 2. Oct 1, 2007 790
The Hillarycare mythology: did Hillary doom health reform in 1993? It's time to get the facts straight about the Clinton plan and why compromise failed. Here's the real story. Oct 1, 2007 4985
Why immigration reform? Jul 1, 2007 760
The sunlight solution. Book review Jun 1, 2007 1215
Is rising inequality reversible? May 1, 2007 747
Why liberalism works: conservatism is in shambles; liberals have a new opportunity. But what do they stand for? Not mere high-mindedness. Liberalism is a practical strategy for a free society--and for solving the mess conservatives will leave behind. Viewpoint essay Apr 1, 2007 4276
Congressional battleground. Mar 1, 2007 770
The way out. Jan 1, 2007 784
Pyongyang boomerang. Nov 1, 2006 738
A rendezvous with failure. Sep 1, 2006 753
Next stop Iran? May 1, 2006 770
Bush vs. Constitution. Mar 1, 2006 774
Starting over. Jan 1, 2006 769
Slouching toward disaster. Nov 1, 2005 764
Letting go of Iraq. Sep 1, 2005 794
End of the private new deal. Jul 1, 2005 748
The liberal project now: liberals need to remember their first principles, rebuild a majority, and connect to a new generation. Jun 1, 2005 3374
The price of a free society: liberty itself as well as security and prosperity, requires effective government. It's time to make that case, without apology. May 1, 2005 1457
Their sun also rises. Apr 1, 2005 766
Why we need Social Security: it has radically reduced poverty in old age. And it protects the middle class against inflation and the ups and downs of the market. Feb 1, 2005 1230
Security flaws. Jan 1, 2005 774
Morals of the election. Dec 1, 2004 728
A world apart. Nov 1, 2004 758
Health care's big choice: as family premiums push $10,000, Bush and Kerry promote radically different proposals. Oct 1, 2004 2594
Liberalism in arms. Sep 1, 2004 735
The return of energy: early and effective use of the powers of the office. Aug 1, 2004 723
Check and balance. Jul 1, 2004 833
The meaning of Abu Ghraib. Jun 1, 2004 732
Step back: how long is the United States going to be in Iraq? And in whose hands and what shape are we going to leave it? Recent events ought to force us all to re-examine these questions no matter whether we opposed or supported the original invasion. May 1, 2004 687
Judicial overreach. Mar 1, 2004 710
Reclaiming the air: Rush Limbaugh created the model for conservative talk radio. Now a new network hopes to use comedy--liberally--to build an alternative. Mar 1, 2004 1704
The Republican lock. Feb 1, 2004 747
The new politics of Medicare. Jan 1, 2004 726
The President's new crusade. Dec 1, 2003 723

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