Democracy, CAP Co-Host Panel Discussion on Middle-Out Economics

On June 19, the Center for American Progress and Democracy co-hosted a panel discussion on middle-out economics, the focus of the headline symposium in Democracy's Summer 2013 issue.

By Jack Meserve

Democracy, Brennan Center Co-Host Money-in-Politics Event

On May 7, the Brennan Center for Justice, a New York City-based public policy institute, hosted a panel discussion co-sponsored by Democracy and Demos on money in politics, the subject of Democracy's centerpiece symposium in the Winter 2013 issue.

By Jack Meserve

CFED to Host Assets Learning Conference

In our Fall Issue, we feature a symposium supported by the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) on "The Forgotten 40 Percent," the low- and moderate-income families who lost a staggering amount of wealth and assets in the Great Recession. The issue will be distributed at CFED's biennial Assets Learning Conference in Washington, D.C. from September 19-21.

By Jack Meserve

Tomasky Moderates ACS Discussion on Citizens United

On June 16, Democracy editor Michael Tomasky will moderate a discussion at the American Constitution Societys annual convention in Washington, D.C. on the effect of the Supreme Courts 2010 decision in Citizen United to ease decades-old corporate spending limits in campaigns.

By Leslie Horwitz

Democracy Hosts Foreign Policy Roundtable

Democracy hosted a foreign policy roundtable discussion at the Metropolitan Club in Washington, D.C. on June 6. The event was sponsored by Democracy board member Robert Abernethy and featured U.S. Sen. Jack Reed (D, R.I.) and former Director of Policy Planning at the State Department Anne-Marie Slaughter as special guests.

By Jack Meserve