January/ February 2014
Table of Contents
Clintonism, Populism, and Hillary’s Next Move
Why bad news should always trickle up Polyester and merlot The hippest fund-raiser in New York
How tourism has become a tool of occupation.
“Stop and frisk” isn’t just a reality in New York City. New data shows how police target African Americans on highways across America.
Why elite colleges with the fewest low-income students get the most work-study money.
A conversation with Anne-Marie Slaughter, policy planning chief in Hillary Clinton’s State Department, on the future of military interventionism.
How a secret government sweetheart deal for Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder wrecked a great park ranger’s career.
How corporations are using the First Amendment to destroy government regulation.
Independent ranchers and animal rights activists don’t agree about much, except that it’s time to stop using federal tax dollars to support the meat lobby.
A frenzy of hospital mergers could leave the typical American family spending 50 percent of its income on health care within ten years—and blaming the Democrats. The solution requires banning price discrimination by monopolistic hospitals.
Nudged by Bill Clinton, an economy based more on recreation than extraction is transforming the rural West.
How a low-quality online college is helping poor students in Haiti and beyond.
Even in his private correspondence, Arthur Schlesinger Jr. was an unapologetic Kennedy partisan.
Competition with China really isn’t a zero-sum game. So why does it feel that way?
How high schools condition students to accept their lot.
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