The New Deal

Imagining a New New Deal

More government intervention will mean more freedom, not less—but only if progressives focus directly on issues of power and equity.

By K. Sabeel Rahman

What a Real Wartime President Does

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

By Sam Kleiner

Progressive Labor Standards

Dangerously high levels of market concentration demand a regulatory regime that holds large employers to higher standards.

By Nick Hanauer

Machine Men

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

By Joe Klein

Yes We CCCan

America needs more than just jobs—we need committed citizens. A new Civilian Conservation Corps could provide them.

By Robert Gordon