Franklin D. Roosevelt

Why We Need Inclusive Nationalism

Trump offers reactionary and exclusionary nationalism. There is a different, and better, kind.

By John Halpin

What a Real Wartime President Does

In 1940, FDR defined what preparedness for a crisis meant.

By Sam Kleiner

Machine Men

The on-again, off-again, and finally on-again relationship of Tammany Hall’s most famous twentieth-century alumni.

By Joe Klein

Eyes Off the Prize

Mark Lilla isn’t wrong about identity politics, necessarily; but he’s wrong to see it as a greater danger than capitalism unchained.

By Jim Sleeper

New Tools to Promote Competition

By Lina Khan