Symposium

Overview: Post-Neoliberalism at a Crossroads

By Felicia Wong

Symposium

Racial Equity: Where's the Fierce Urgency of Now?

By Maurice Mitchell

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Symposium

Politics: The Democrats' Progress

By Sarah Miller Faiz Shakir

Arguments

Is “Middle-Out” Biden’s New Deal?

Bidenomics is the biggest shift in U.S. economic policy since Roosevelt and Reagan; how rebuilding the middle class will transform our economy and politics.

By Nick Hanauer Eric Beinhocker

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Voices of the Virus

‘Pandemic Nihilism [Is] Not the Solution’

Death Panel Podcast’s Beatrice Adler-Bolton tells Democracy why we must confront our individuated approach to health care and protect the needs of the most vulnerable.

By Beatrice Adler-Bolton

Arguments

Antitrust And Labor Movements Return to Their Roots

While modern antitrust reformers are preoccupied with the amount of competition, Progressive-Era activists argued that the quality of competition mattered too. Two new bills harken back to that time.

By Brian Callaci

Features

Go Local, Young Democrat

How nationalization of everything is widening the urban-rural divide, and what Democrats can do about it.

By Robert Saldin B. Kal Munis

Features

Life After (?) Roe

If the Supreme Court does what we expect, what comes next for abortion rights in this country? A roundtable featuring Michele Goodwin, Frances Kissling, Monica McLemore, and Jacqueline Ayers. Moderated by Anna Louie Sussman.

By The Editors

Arguments

Why China Might Help End This War

It’s because the People’s Republic has as much—or more—to lose in the Russia-Ukraine war as any non-combatant.

By Richard Vague

Book Reviews

The Economic Constitution

The argument that democracy requires an equitable economic distribution long predates Franklin Roosevelt.

By Mark A. Graber

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