politics

Welcome to the Winning Middle-Out Era

The lesson from the midterm elections is to keep doing popular things that help working people.

By Nick Hanauer

Antimonopoly: A Master Narrative for Democracy?

How Biden’s fight against monopoly can guide his party to victory, and empower American to build a truly better future.

By Barry C. Lynn

Saving Democracy—Realistically

Yes, we disdain the Electoral College. In the meantime, there are more realistic ways to unlock our democratic Gordian Knot.

By Larry Diamond

Boudin and the Complexity of Reform Politics

Despite the Chesa Boudin recall making national headlines, states will likely continue experimenting with approaches to their area-specific problems. Criminal justice reform in our highly decentralized system isn't over. 

By Jonathan Blanks

How Georgia Went Blue

It was a long time coming—and then it was sudden. But will it hold?

By Ed Kilgore