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Articles from The American Prospect (April 1, 2009)

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A green industrial economy: the opportunity [or good jobs is there--but unionization and government contracting standards will make a huge difference. Mattera, Philip Viewpoint essay 2025
A politics of national sacrifice: thirty years after Carter's "malaise speech," the language of humility and civic obligation resonates more powerfully than ever. Mattson, Kevin 1746
All work, no pay. Goldstein, Dana Viewpoint essay 788
Beyond sunny hopes and windy rhetoric: to realize the promise of solar and wind power, aspirations need to be matched with more effective strategies. Sterzinger, George Viewpoint essay 2402
Breakfast at Hugo's: our correspondent learns too much about the Bolivarian revolution. Fernholz, Tim 1726
Cities on the front lines: conversion to solar and wind energy is an environmental necessity and an industrial opportunity. Success will require a concerted national policy. Fitzgerald, Joan 3081
Eat it. Brief article 141
Fighting for green justice: in the race for green jobs, environmental-justice advocates don't want urban communities to get left behind. Mock, Brentin 1986
From mass transit to new manufacturing: with the right policies in place, an expansion of public transportation could help reindustrialize the United States. Feldman, Jonathan Michael 3123
From the executive editor. Schmitt, Mark Editorial 290
Generation Gap. Brief article 106
How supreme a court? Friedman, Lawrence M. Book review 1712
Intimacy meets hard times. Pugh, Allison J. Book review 1204
Lessons from Europe: funding for research into new technology is key. Burgermeister, Jane 811
Missed connections. Schmitt, Mark 759
My recovery prediction. Reich, Robert B. Viewpoint essay 842
Naughty mommies: are bloggers who proudly identify as "bad moms" challenging ideals of motherhood or reinforcing them? Jesella, Kara 1671
New help, new hope. Brief article 110
Our man in Kabul: Richard Holbrooke learned some hard lessons in Vietnam. Now he is applying them to Afghanistan and Pakistan. McKelvey, Tara 3470
Political Islam 101. Levy, Daniel Book review 2402
Post-consumer prosperity: finding new opportunities amid the economic wreckage. Frank, Robert H. Cover story 3278
Slouching towards solvency. Kuttner, Robert 775
Team of rivals redux. Cohen, Lizabeth Book review 1715
The alter-Limbaugh. Brief article 131
The education wars: teachers 'unions and reform advocates are locked in aright over the future of schools. Now the battle lines have started to blur. Goldstein, Dana 3969
The green challenge. Fitzgerald, Joan 503
The radical minimalist: Obama's new regulatory czar likes market incentives. Will they work? Kuttner, Robert 2471
Where the jobs are: compared to spending on the military or oil industry, green investment can improve both job quantity and quality. But it will take a massive shift in resources. Pollin, Robert 2398

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