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  • The American Dream Needs a Jolt

    Few believe their children will be better off, and current policy offers no solution.

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  • Will Florida Take a Left Turn?

    A lot is riding on Andrew Gillum, the progressive nominee for governor.

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  • Trump Swims Against the Tide on Trade

    More Americans than ever say free exchange boosts the economy and job creation.

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  • McCain Championed a Strong Senate

    He defended the chamber’s role as his colleagues ceded power to the presidency.

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  • Today, Truth Itself Can’t Be Taken for Granted

    Polarization has put the reliability of facts in doubt. But nations rest on shared beliefs.

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  • Wage Stagnation Is Everyone’s Problem

    Low working- and middle-class incomes aren’t likely to rise without new subsidies.

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  • Step 1: Smash the World Order. Step 2?

    ‘Any jackass can kick down a barn, but it takes a carpenter to build one.’

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  • Slow Down and Try Not to Break Things

    Change is inevitable, but policy makers should think about how to make it easier.

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  • Why Republicans Can’t Get Enough Trump

    Despite unending controversies and fiascoes, he is keeping campaign promises.

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  • Trump’s Russia Remarks Were No Gaffe

    His warmth toward Putin is longstanding, and the GOP base has embraced his position.

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  • Americans Want an Immigration Deal

    One poll shows 73% favor ‘comprehensive’ reform. But Congress twiddles its thumbs.

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  • Are the Ends Worth the Means at the Border?

    Enforcing immigration law requires tough choices, but Trump’s policy crossed the line.

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  • The Perils of Corporate Concentration

    U.S. companies are too big and have too much market power. Workers are suffering.

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  • The Fracturing of the Jewish People

    Israel has become a red state while U.S. Jews remain blue.

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  • Bibi Is Bent on Taking On Iran Alone

    Israel’s prime minister bucked his cabinet to boost his authority to launch a strike.

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  • Can America Grow Like It Used To?

    There are reasons to think not, chief among them the aging population.

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  • Trump Courts Disaster With Iran

    The administration’s strategy alienates Europe and risks war in the Mideast.

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  • Are Haspel’s Hearers Focused on the Future?

    Senators must balance doubts about the CIA nominee’s record with the agency’s needs.

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  • Trump Needs to Learn How to Trust

    America needs allies, and international relations aren’t a zero-sum game.

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  • Three Tests for Trump’s Art of the Deal

    The president’s gambit of maximizing pressure is playing out in China, Iran and North Korea.

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  • Macron’s Democratic Vision

    The French president argues for an open society grounded in European ‘identity.’

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  • The National Debt Is Worse Than You Think

    Today’s outlook for revenue growth is based on policy that’s unlikely to pan out.

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  • America’s Parties, Divided Every Which Way

    The ideological split is mirrored in race, sex, age, education, location and religion.

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  • The Perpetual Battle for Freedom

    Our worst enemy isn’t Putin. It’s the rancor that stops us from solving our problems.

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  • The Case for Responsible Nationalism

    The excesses of globalization are real, but trade wars aren’t the answer.

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