Responses

A Woman Can Be President, Right?

Feminists were devastated last November. But it’s not fated to be this way forever. A response to Susan Madrak and Kathleen Geier.

By Letty Cottin Pogrebin

It’s Still Not the Supply Side

Yes, workers should be able to move and work freely. But economics remains fundamentally about power. A response to the “What’s Holding Us Back” symposium.

By Mike Konczal Marshall Steinbaum

Human Rights First

Yes, Islam can be liberalized. The building block must be human rights, universally applied. A response to the “Islam and Liberalism” roundtable.

By Mohja Kahf

Pragmatism Isn’t Enough

Sanity, pragmatism, and prudence are necessary. But are they sufficient? A response to Joseph S. Nye.

By Richard Just

If It's Broke, Fund It

We don't need a new public health bureaucracy. We need to fund the one that already exists. A response to Ronald Klain.

By James T. Currie