Features

Welcoming All Trump's Critics

Why progressives must welcome and work with the anti-Trump right.

By E.J. Dionne Jr. Norman J. Ornstein Thomas E. Mann

Responses

Single Payer: The Single Path

Yes, universal coverage is the goal. But there’s no logical way to get there except single payer. A response to Harold Pollack.

By Marcia Angell

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Features

Shredding the Putin Playbook

By Laura Rosenberger Jamie Fly

Book Reviews

Unsafe European Home

The refugees keep coming—and the xenophobia keeps intensifying. Can multiculturalism win in Europe?

By Sarah Wildman

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Arguments

The Shield Law Dilemma

As the death penalty reaches its lowest support in decades, pharmaceutical companies have become reluctant open participants in executions. Unfortunately, an increasing number of shield laws may stand in the way.

By Rory Fleming

Arguments

Why Universal Health Care Needs Antitrust

While protestors fought to save Obamacare, the most consequential decisions over American health care were being quietly decided in the board rooms of giant corporations.

By Phillip Longman

Arguments

The Risk of an Anti-Consumer CFPB

One of the great ironies behind the longstanding fight over the CFPB is how uncontroversial the laws the agency has focused on are.

By Christopher L. Peterson

The Alcove

Making Sense of a Diverse, Post-Trump Future

Conversations with young Americans reveal some of the deep challenges that will linger long after this presidency is over.

By Nathan Pippenger

Recounting

The Real Hamburger Problem

Factory farming is bad for the environment, nearby humans, and yes, the animals. Progressives should care.

By Sophia Crabbe-Field

Book Reviews

Women Can Be Racists, Too

The jarring story of the major role played by white supremacist women in the South during the twentieth-century—and beyond.

By Marjorie J. Spruill

Book Reviews

Unsafe European Home

The refugees keep coming—and the xenophobia keeps intensifying. Can multiculturalism win in Europe?

By Sarah Wildman

Features

The BDS Campaign’s Unpopular Front

The Israeli boycott movement is a disaster comparable to the American CP of the 1930s.

By Eric Alterman

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