Social Democracy Is 100% American
Social Democracy Is 100% AmericanAnyone who thinks social democracy is un-American doesn't know their history, writes historian Harvey J. Kaye.
Confronting the Contradictions of America’s Past
Confronting the Contradictions of America’s PastBill and Khalil Gibran Muhammad discuss what we should learn from our racial past to better understand the present.
Amazing GraceBill Moyers explores the origins and enduring power of the song 'Amazing Grace' with Johnny Cash, Jessye Norman, Judy Collins, Jeremy Irons and others.
Patti Smith’s Summer of Rebellion
Patti Smith’s Summer of RebellionThe musician has electrified Europe over the past several weeks with a series of concerts that have been as politically bold as they have been musically rich.
- Dean Baker | Truthout | April 28, 2015President Obama must be having trouble getting the votes for fast-track authority, since the administration is now pulling out all the stops to push the deal.
- Elaine Teng | The American Prospect | April 28, 2015In a region dominated by coal companies and privatized prisons, activist Amelia Kirby charts a new path for her community.
- Morning Reads: Billionaire Auditions Spook Conservatives, Clinton Foundation Donors and State Dept. LobbyingAdam Smith | Every Voice | April 28, 2015A roundup of some of the stories we're reading at Moyers & Company HQ…
- Harvey J. Kaye | April 27, 2015President Obama and aspiring Democratic candidates need to “take a note” from FDR and set a progressive-populist political agenda for the upcoming campaigns.
- Jay Rosen | Pressthink | April 27, 2015In reality, how wrenching and awkward is this gathering?
- Adam Smith | Every Voice | April 27, 2015A roundup of some of the stories we're reading at Moyers & Company HQ…
- Adam Smith | Every Voice | April 24, 2015A roundup of some of the stories we're reading at Moyers & Company HQ…
- Sarah Anderson | Foreign Policy In Focus | April 23, 2015The administration's push to ram massive new trade and investment deals through Congress is an unambiguous concession to corporate power.