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What a Real Wartime President Does

In 1940, FDR defined what preparedness for a crisis meant.

By Sam Kleiner

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The Pandemic and Capitalism

Will we learn from this crisis that our present precarity capitalism must be brought to an end?

By James K. Galbraith

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A Better Normal

How we can emerge from the pandemic a stronger nation.

By Eric Liu

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Voices of the Virus

Even More Deaths of Despair?

The co-author of an important new book talks about her research, the current crisis, and whether we can turn it into an opportunity.

By Anne Case

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Unlike Mike

The Democratic Socialists of America is much bigger than it was in founder Mike Harrington’s day. But has it strayed too far from his vision?

By Jo-Ann Mort

Magazine

The Post-Neoliberal World Is Already Here

One way or another, we will come out the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic into a new world. The question is which one.

By Felicia Wong

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COVID-19, France, and Me

How I learned that it’s cheaper to be uninsured in France than to be insured in America.

By Sophia Crabbe-Field

Magazine

Which Side Are We On?

Thomas Piketty's challenge to the economics profession: We are part of the problem, or part of the solution.

By Heather Boushey

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The Virus and the EPA

The air that we breathe can make the coronavirus more deadly—and the EPA is making the problem worse.

By Carol Browner Jake Levine

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A Post-Pandemic Voting Reform Agenda

With primaries as with everything else, we can’t just go back to the way things were.

By Rob Richie David Daley

Magazine

The Pandemic and Capitalism

Will we learn from this crisis that our present precarity capitalism must be brought to an end?

By James K. Galbraith

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