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Progressive Labor Standards

Dangerously high levels of market concentration demand a regulatory regime that holds large employers to higher standards.

By Nick Hanauer

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The Urgency of Unity

Why the normal practice of waiting for a candidate to emerge won’t do this time.

By Bernard L. Schwartz David Rothkopf

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Reconstructing Democracy

Might the Trump presidency be propeling us toward a Third Reconstruction?

By K. Sabeel Rahman

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Don’t Let the Last Crisis Go to Waste

By Stuart Whatley

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Saving Democracy in the Digital Age

Big tech poses an existential threat to our democracy; the time for self-regulation must end.

By Clara Hendrickson

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Right-Sizing American Capitalism

Fundamentally rebuilding our democracy means engineering our corporations and markets to enable the freedom of the producer from the domination by the monopolist or financier.

By Matt Stoller

Symposium

Winning the "Cold Civil War"

By Melody Barnes Thad Williamson

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Saving NATO

It’s a shocking thing to say, but the President of the United States is the biggest threat to NATO in the world. We must show how wrong he is.

By Daniel B. Shapiro

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No Corner to Turn

By Leslie Gelb

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The Template for 2020

By Alex S. Jones

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Democratic Capitalism's Future

Until the late 1970s, a rough balance of power existed between democracy and capitalism. Can today’s capitalists be more like yesterday’s?

By Didi Kuo

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