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Articles from The American Prospect (September 1, 2010)

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A 20-year odyssey. Kuttner, Robert 769
A public plan for Connecticut? Kenen, Joanne 679
All politics is identity politics. Friedman, Ann 1576
Can reform spell relief? A long search for a national "pain care" policy yields a modest step in public health. Wailoo, Keith 776
Family matters. Brief article 129
Forget populism: "the people" are no more virtuous or incorruptible than elites, and pandering to them won't advance liberal political goals. Mattson, Kevin 2447
From the executive editor. Schmitt, Mark Editorial 296
Getting insurers to behave: job no. 1: write new rules for health insurers and make sure they follow them. Cohn, Jonathan 1669
Globalizing reform: America's top financial diplomat works to save the world from our mistakes. Fernholz, Tim 3163
Health Reform 2.0: if reform is to succeed, progressives will have to fight for a stronger government role, including a public option. Hacker, Jacob S. 1607
Many paths to victory: while Republicans try to make all races national in the 2010 election, Democrats have as many strategies as they do candidates. Will any of these approaches work in a tough year for incumbents? 1855
National reform meets politics in the states: states are beginning to carry out the law in different ways--or not at all. Kenen, Joanne 2366
Organic debate. 349
Prospects: past and future: America's 20-year tug-of-war. Starr, Paul 2091
Reading progressive history, through the Prospect. Schmitt, Mark 1565
Reform's mixed impact on immigrants: the new law's implications seem clear, but the indirect effects could be critical. Abascal, Maria C. 1223
The cost of delayed reform: the temporary federal high-risk pools won't reach most of the medically uninsured. Pollack, Harold 1142
The enduring relevance of affirmative action. Kennedy, Randall 1412
The middle man: lessons from life in Washington's ideological gray zone. Weigel, David 1117
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. Starr, Paul 2798
The opportunities of CLASS: a new insurance program for long-term care holds great possibilities--and challenges. Feder, Judith; Komisar, Harriet L.; Van De Water, Paul 1165
The preventive turn in health-care reform. Starr, Paul 828
The real liberal elite. Callahan, David 1245
The right way to please the base. Tomasky, Michael 1188
Turning states from adversaries into partners: the states came out as winners in the Affordable Care Act, though some don't seem to realize it. Jost, Timothy Stoltzfus 2043
Tweets to avoid at work. Frank, T.A. Brief article 250
Unleashing restraint: health reform won't stop costs from rising in the short term, but it lays the groundwork for long-run control of spending. Berenson, Robert A. 2019
What will happen in Congress if the GOP pulls off a landslide victory in November? Discussion 444
Who owns freedom? Schmitt, Mark 782
Whoa, Mama. Friedman, Ann Viewpoint essay 778
Will the Republicans blow it? Tacking right doesn't always guarantee victory on Election Day. Abramowitz, Alan I. 771

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