Vol. 52 No. 1-3, January 2020
- The Policies Democrats Need to Unite the Party.
- How Funders Can Get Better at Getting Better: The most effective donors listen to the people they give to.
- Who Does Maryland's Governor Really Work For? Larry Hogan has more in common with Donald Trump than his reputation suggests.
- Why Today's Shopping Sucks: The rise of on-demand scheduling has made the shopping experience--and workers' lives--miserable.
- Master's of None.
- How to Save Liberalism in the U.S. and Europe.
- FIRST, STAUNCH THE BLEEDING: WHAT THE NEXT PRESIDENT CAN DO IMMEDIATELY AND LONG TERM TO REPAIR THE U.S.-EUROPE RELATIONSHIP.
- EUROPE AND AMERICA MUST REDEFINE SECURITY: STOP FIGHTING OVER CHLORINATED CHICKENS AND START COOPERATING OVER DIGITAL THREATS.
- REVISIT THE TRADING SYSTEM FDR ENVISIONED.
- WASHINGTON AND BRUSSELS NEED A NEW 'SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP'.
- The Democrats' Demolition Derby.
- Shot Clock: Journalist John McNamara was writing the definitive history of D.C. high school basketball, until a mass murderer walked into his newsroom.
- Shootout on Capitol Hill.
- Error of Margin: Left and moderate Democrats, argues E.J. Dionne, need to settle their differences and focus on Trump.
- The Kids Are Not All Right: Millions of young adults aren't in school, don't have jobs, and are ignored by policy makers.
- Can America Break Free from the Two-Party Doom Loop? Ranked-choice voting may be the answer to the gridlock, polarization, and gamesmanship that has come to define our politics.