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 Perverse Power of the Prosecutor

How responsible are prosecutors for holding back progressive criminal justice reform?

By John Pfaff

The Alcove

Zuck, Murdoch, and Crisis of Epistemic Breakdown

Worried about American institutions? Don't expect a chastened, post-2016 Facebook to come to the rescue.

By Nathan Pippenger

Arguments

Middle America Reboots Democracy

We spent months talking with anti-Trump forces—and they're not who pundits say they are.

By Lara Putnam Theda Skocpol

Arguments

When Immigrants Were Welcomed

Congress has failed immigrants again. But in the 1920s, this plan quieted xenophobes and nurtured new Americans.

By Jim Sleeper

Arguments

Will Public Opinion Turn Against Assault Weapons?

Americans favor certain kinds of gun control measures, but they're somewhat divided on the most effective ones.

By Nathan Pippenger

Arguments

What Lawmakers Should Know About Millennials

There's a reason millennial turnout is so low—but it needn't be.

By Austin Belali

Arguments

Trump Week 55: Authoritarianism Watch

Some highlights from the week, as Trump's behavior is as unsettling to the state of our democracy as ever.

By Nathan Pippenger

The Alcove

The Demise of the Conservative Intellectual

Attacking educated “elites” is red meat for conservative politicians. But for intellectuals to go down that same road is a grave danger to our democratic discourse.

By Kevin Mattson

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