New works from guests: Heather Cox Richardson, Jeff Sharlet, Eric Alterman and others.
- January 14, 2021
Four years ago, Dr. Lee felt a duty to warn the country about dangerous possibilities stemming from a man who lacked the mental fitness to be president, breaking the "Goldwater Rule."
- November 18, 2020
At 22, working for the non-profit organization Demos in New York, Heather McGhee plunged into the fight for debt reform, then tackled Wall Street corruption and consumer protection, and wound up president of Demos, leading its campaign against political and economic inequality. Heather McGhee decided to change the world, or at least try. Her new book is THE SUM OF US.
- November 14, 2020Bill Moyers talks with two of the country’s most experienced lawyers in election litigation.
- November 9, 2020
This isn’t who we are? What if it is? Let us not underestimate for even a moment the impact of Joe Biden’s victory. This, we were told, has been the most important American election since 1864, and that was no hyperbole. So why did this still feel like a loss for so many, at least initially.
- November 8, 2020
After four years of running in place, November 2016 seems like a lifetime ago. The United States of 2020 is a very different place, at once more devastated and more hopeful than at least we were a mere four years ago.
- November 7, 2020Plus, markets sense doom in state and local governments.
- November 6, 2020It means a smaller set of relief, unfortunately, though that’s better than gridlock.