Symposium

Overview: The Cool War Continues

By Noah Feldman

Features

Economic Dignity

We must not lose sight of what economic policy is all about: allowing people to lead dignified lives.

By Gene Sperling

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Arguments

No, Republicans, It's Not a Plot

Despite assertions otherwise, ranked choice voting wouldn't benefit one party over another. But it would benefit democracy.

By David Daley

Arguments

Getting Real About the Green New Deal

Yes, we need to move urgently. But we’ve learned a lot about how to do that since the 1930s.

By Jason Bordoff

Features

The Democracy Poll: Americans and the Economy

Our first-ever poll produces some encouraging results—but also shows that some old modes of thought die hard.

By The Editors

Arguments

Race, Ethnicity, and the Job Market

No wonder white workers are so mad. They really are falling behind.

By Robert Shapiro

Book Reviews

Crime and Misdemeanors

Even minor offenses like failure to pay parking tickets lead to abusive treatment of millions of Americans.

By Jonathan Blanks

Book Reviews

Yes, It Was That Bad

The media and the Russians helped elect Donald Trump. The pressing question now is, can we avoid a repeat performance?

By Patricia Aufderheide

Features

Our Friend the Market

Liberals need to understand: The rules that structure the market are at least as important as government programs.

By Dean Baker

Book Reviews

Philanthropic Harm

Not only can’t philanthropy replace a strong public sector—it needs one to promote the common good effectively.

By Mark Schmitt

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