The introduction to a new book, arguing that Democrats must return to their roots as a party of the poor, workers, and the middle class
Virginia plans to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment next year, kicking off a battle over its fate.
The Open Mind explores the world of ideas across politics, media, science, technology, and the arts. The American Prospect is republishing this edited excerpt.
Today on TAP: Can a Senate trial stop the Trump judges from being confirmed?
The Lower Drug Costs Now Act, with its critical gaps and questionable strategy, is a microcosm of how House Democratic leaders have done policy all year.
A socially just Green New Deal is far more feasible than skeptics think, as policy and technology. The challenge is the politics.
The urgent is attainable, and at entirely affordable cost.
The Green New Deal needs to replace corporate trade and industrial policies with ones that put people and the planet first.
A clean economy is affordable—and the costs of inaction are incalculable.
A carbon tax can work if we fairly distribute the proceeds.