The expanding rights of corporate “people” are creating an ever-greater gap between America's democratic ideals and political reality.
A contribution to a Dissent magazine symposium on the 2010 midterm elections.
Building a progressive U.S. politics means looking beyond the back-and-forth swings of each election cycle.
Doesn’t supply and demand dictate that new immigrants will steal jobs and drive down wages for U.S. citizens? A leading immigration economist explains why not.
Paul Rogat Loeb's well-regarded 1999 book on activism is out in a revised and updated edition.
Amid the disappointments of Obama's first year in office is one bright spot: a Department of Labor that stands up for workers' rights.
How the White House botched its response to the Honduran coup.
Why the White House agenda is incomplete, and why that's not all bad.
How Dr. King might have responded to current crises of recession, unemployment, and foreclosure.
Mark Engler quoted in a Russian article about Obama's first 100 days.