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Articles from The American Prospect (January 1, 2008)

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A conversation with Doris Kearns Goodwin: great presidents build support for transformative change. What can the next president do to revive a sense of common purpose? Kuttner, Robert 5148
Color, values, America: one key task of the next president is to restore a nation of laws and of rights, rooted deeply in values. This effort must appeal to all Americans and transcend race--but cannot ignore race. Echaveste, Maria; Edley, Christopher, Jr. 2430
Cool warriors. Schmitt, Mark 753
Denials "r" us. Brief article 165
Dying did not become her. Greif, Mark Book review 1178
Feithless. Brief article 139
Financing the common good: after three decades of government starvation of necessary resources, the next president needs to champion progressive taxation with the proceeds invested in social outlays that make for a more productive economy. Reich, Robert B. 3395
From the executive editor. Meyerson, Harold Editorial 214
Good jobs in a global economy: the next president can change our trade and labor policies to rebuild the American middle class. Kuttner, Robert 3381
Healing our self-inflicted wounds: how the next president can restore the rule of law to U.S. foreign policy--and rebuild American credibility and power. Shattuck, John 3318
Leaving "No Child Left Behind" behind: our No. 1 education program is incoherent, unworkable, and doomed. But the next president still can have a huge impact on improving American schooling. Rothstein, Richard 3153
Leaving fewer behind. Parker, Dennis D. Letter to the editor 176
Michael's poor Almanac: how Michael Barone made The Almanac of American Politics irrelevant. Schmitt, Mark Book review 2138
Nevada say never again. Brief article 227
Pronouncing our own doom. Geoghegan, Thomas 789
Rallying the bass. Brief article 181
Reparations anxiety. Goldstein, Dana 740
Sen. Kennedy's wrong turn. Shapiro, Ilya; Raymond, David J. Letter to the editor 367
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. Starr, Paul Cover story 3466
The long and the short. Meyerson, Harold 745
This will mean the world to us: how the next president can get America to stop dragging its feet, confront global warming, and save the planet. Mooney, Chris 3215
What to really do about immigration: half a million Mexicans will cross the border annually for the next 15 years. Here's a plan to enable them to stay home. Faux, Jeff 1473
What's out, what's in, in Washington 2008! Frank, T.A. 343
Why 2009 is the year for universal health care: it's not 1994 all over again. The next president can get the reforms that Harry Truman and Bill Clinton couldn't. Klein, Ezra 2566

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