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Center for American Progress
Powering Progress: 2016 Progressive Party
This week, American Progress hosted its annual Progressive Party, featuring Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), who discussed the enduring and unifying values of the progressive movement and the need for new policies that lift up all Americans. ...
Oregon's Success Shows Way Forward for Automatic Voter Registration
Research explains why Oregon's automatic voter registration program can successfully register the greatest number of eligible voters. ...
Global Progress: New Ideas for the Future of the Global Progressive Movement
A new generation of progressive leadership is emerging in Europe and North America that is rising to the challenge of inclusive prosperity, climate change, and need for institutional reform. ...
Moving Forward Together
Wherever people are practicing inclusive politics, inclusive economics, and inclusive social policies, good things are happening. ...
The Promise of Progress
An agenda for shared prosperity, diversity, and innovation can help progressives deliver on the promise of progress. ...
Global Challenges, Progressive Solutions
The global progressive movement has been behind almost every social advance of the past decade. In the 21st century, it is needed more than ever. ...
The Lonely Life of a Progressive
The challenges facing today's progressives are larger than ever, but it is still a great time to be a social democrat. ...
Third Way, Again
The Third Way agenda of the late 1990s showed that economic growth and social justice could be mutually reinforcing. ...

 
The Nation.
This Lawsuit Against Domino's Could Be Huge for Workers
Michelle Chen
The New York attorney general's wage-theft suit could pave the way for unionizing workplaces across different owner-operators.
Obama's Powerful Call to 'Make War Less Likely and Cruelty Less Easily Accepted'
John Nichols
Speaking in Hiroshima, the president channels Eisenhower's urging to take "the chance for a just peace for all peoples."
Confronting the Resource Curse and Civil War in the Congo
John Knefel
The depictions of Congolese humanity and pain in When Elephants Fight, a new documentary, make it necessary viewing for Westerners.
Still Selling Neoliberal Unicorns: The US Applauds the Coup in Brazil, Calls It Democracy
Greg Grandin
Washington now has compliant compradores in power in Argentina and Brazil--and perhaps soon in Venezuela.
Even After Minimum-Wage Hikes, Workers Could Still Be Getting Robbed
Michelle Chen
The new wage laws will increase minimum wages, but won't strengthen the wage-enforcement system.
Sense and Sensibility
Ricky D'Ambrose
The singular cinematic achievement of Straub-Huillet.
The EU Has Turned Greece Into a Prison for Refugees
Maria Margaronis
The grief, frustration, and need that have washed up on these shores is overwhelming.
Sanders Has Always Wanted to Debate Trump--or Any Other Representative of the 'Billionaire Class'
John Nichols
The notion of a one-on-one debate with a Republican presidential contender has long intrigued the Democratic presidential contender.
The Afterlife of Polaroid
Frances Richard
The company presents a case study in photography as a phenomenon of the instantaneous.
Amnesty International Calls for an End to the 'Nordic Model' of Criminalizing Sex Workers
Melissa Gira Grant
Amnesty International has called on Norway to end the criminalization of sex workers, in a report released this week.
 

 
 
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The Democratic Strategist
Political Strategy Notes
In "Can Donald Trump Win? These Battleground Regions Will Decide," Jonathan Martin, Alexander Burns, Trip Gabriel and Fernando Santos focus on "the four regions likely to decide the presidency -- Florida, the upper Southeast, the Rust Belt ...
False Equivalence Back With a Vengeance in HRC Email Coverage
Was your world rocked by the State Department IG's report on Hillary Clinton's email? I didn't think so. But interpretations varied, and not innocently, as I observed at New York yesterday:

For Republicans and other Hillary haters, it was ...
How Clinton Can Respond to a Sanders-Trump Debate
If the Sanders-Trump debate becomes a solid go, Hillary Clinton may want to reconsider her decision not to debate Sanders before the California primary and give the OK to a three-way debate that allows her to take on ...
Political Strategy Notes
At The New York Times Thomas B. Edsall frames a question many are wondering about: "How could a candidate with as much baggage as Trump be neck-and-neck with one of the most admired, best credentialed and most broadly ...
Bernie's Indies Will Be Hillary's in November
One of the great abiding mysteries of this campaign cycle has been what exactly to make of the self-identified independents who have been giving lopsided margins to Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primaries and caucuses. They don't seem to ...
Dems Set to Win Majorities in Key State Legislatures
At The Fix Amber Phillips has a post, "Why Democrats are set to retake state legislatures in 2016 (and it's not just Trump)," which should offer some encouragement to state Democratic parties. Phillips conducts an interview with Louis ...
Did Facebook Just Cave to the GOP?
Yesterday J.P. Green noted an article in Campaigns & Elections underscoring the high regard Repubican party political operatives have for Facebook as a media outlet for their ads -- despite the efforts of Sen. John Thune (R-SD) to ...
Political Strategy Notes
In the wake of tensions, both real and over-hyped, between the Clinton and Sanders campaigns, New York Times reporters Jonathan Mahler and Yamiche Alcindor ask and address an important question: "Bernie Sanders Makes a Campaign Mark. Now, Can ...

 
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