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  1. [+]
    Issues of the 1990s = 2 Years, 4 Issues, 42 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1998 = 2 Issues, 15 Articles
      1. [+]
        Fall 1998 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. 5 Realities That Will Shape 21st Century Politics by William A. Galston and Elaine C. Kamarck, pp. 6-29
        2. The Active Center Holds by Mark J. Penn, pp. 30-53
        3. The Politics of Free Agents by Daniel H. Pink, pp. 54-60
        4. The Son---and Daughter---Also Rises by Andrei Cherny, pp. 61-65
        5. Building the Next Democratic Majority by Al From and Will Marshall, pp. 66-71
      2. [+]
        Winter 1998 Issue = 10 Articles
        1. Meeting the Challenge of the New Economy by Michael J. Mandel, pp. 6-15
        2. Stabilizing the Global Economy by Robert Hormats and Laura D'Andrea Tyson, pp. 16-23
        3. Trade is Changing The New Economy by Edith R. Wilson, pp. 24-25
        4. Innovation by Paul Romer, pp. 26-27
        5. A 21st Century Growth Agenda by Andrei Cherny, pp. 28-31
        6. Expanding the Winners' Circle by Robert E. Litan, pp. 32-39
        7. Choosing the New Economy by Mark J. Penn, pp. 40-51
        8. Back to the Future with New Labor by Fred Siegel and Joel Kotkin, pp. 52-57
        9. Towards a More Democratic Capitalism by Jeff Gates, pp. 58-61
        10. Making the New Economy Work by Claude Fontheim, pp. 62-65
    2. [+]
      Issues of 1999 = 2 Issues, 27 Articles
      1. [+]
        Spring 1999 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Where We Stand by William A. Galston, pp. 6-13
        2. Civic Deregulation by Alan Wolfe, p. 14
        3. What's Fair by Daniel Yankelovich, p. 15
        4. An Exceptional Nation by Seymour Martin Lipset, pp. 16-17
        5. Nationalize National Service by Steven Waldman, pp. 18-22
        6. Work-Study by Thomas Ehrlich, pp. 23-25
        7. Education for Democracy by Charles N. Quigley, pp. 26-31
        8. Re-Funding Social Services by David Kuo, pp. 32-37
        9. The Rule of Reciprocity by Will Marshall, pp. 38-43
        10. The Community Consensus by Mark J. Penn, pp. 44-57
        11. The Jane Addams School for Democracy by Harry C. Boyte and Jennifer O'Donoghue, pp. 58-61
        12. Time Dollars at Work by Edgar S. Cahn, pp. 62-65
        13. Caring for Our Civic Souls by Olgen Williams, pp. 66-69
      2. [+]
        Fall 1999 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Give kids a choice by Paul T. Hill, pp. 8-15
        2. Teachers by Peter Hutchinson and Louise Sundin, pp. 16-18
        3. Corps values by William Galston, pp. 19-22
        4. Teachers, teachers, teachers by William L. Sanders, p. 23
        5. Curriculum reform by James Traub, pp. 24-31
        6. Safety by George L. Kelling, pp. 32-35
        7. Universal preschool by Isabel Sawhill, pp. 36-40
        8. Finance by Andrew Rotherham, pp. 41-43
        9. High-skills option by Daniel Yankelovich, pp. 44-49
        10. Public opinion by Mark J. Penn, pp. 50-60
        11. Full service schools by Joy Dryfoos, pp. 61-62
        12. Internet by Andres Henriquez, pp. 63-64
        13. Racial progress by Charles Moskos, pp. 65-66
        14. Social promotion by Frederick Lowe, pp. 67-70
  2. [+]
    Issues of the 2000s = 5 Years, 23 Issues, 505 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 2000 = 5 Issues, 81 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2000 Issue = 9 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 2-5
        2. Democratic Realism: The Third Way, pp. 6-13
        3. When To Go In by Stephen J. Solarz, pp. 14-19
        4. Defusing Today's Doomsday Machines by Michael Krepon, pp. 20-23
        5. Revolutionizing Warfare by Admiral William A. Owens, pp. 24-29
        6. Buying Smart by Keith B. Bickel, pp. 30-33
        7. Get Ready for Cyberwar by Sam Nunn, pp. 34-37
        8. E-Terror in Cyberspace by Peter A. Wilson, pp. 38-39
        9. The Bio-Chem Threat by Zachary Selden, pp. 40-84
      2. [+]
        Spring 2000 Issue = 20 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. 44,000,000 / 98,000---A Tale of Two Numbers by Al From, pp. 4-7
        3. Whose Health Is It, Anyway? by S. Robert Levine, MD, pp. 8-13
        4. "Where's Mine?" by Michael L. Millenson, pp. 14-15
        5. Can Consumers Judge? by David Lansky, pp. 16-21
        6. Leveling the Playing Field by Regina E. Herzlinger, pp. 22-23
        7. Getting on the Fast Track to Universal Coverage by David Kendall, pp. 24-29
        8. Gore vs. Bradley by David Kendall and Jeff Lemieux, pp. 30-31
        9. Revolution in Minnesota by Kerry Tremain, pp. 32-35
        10. 2001: A Personal Heath Space Odyssey by Katie Donohue, pp. 36-42
        11. Mental Health, p. 43
        12. Resource for Research, pp. 44-45
        13. The Doctor in the Mirror by Michael Castleman, pp. 46-49
        14. The Blueprint Health Index, p. 50
        15. What Works by Judy Packer-Tursman, p. 51
        16. Learning Health for Life by Judy Packer-Tursman, pp. 52-53
        17. Save Medicare from Itself by Senator John Breaux and Jeff Lemieux, pp. 54-59
        18. What's Your Plan? by Eric B. Schnurer, pp. 60-63
        19. Penn's Poll---Health Care is Back, pp. 64-75
        20. Post Script by David Kendall and S. Robert Levine, MD, pp. 76-78
      3. [+]
        Summer 2000 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Who Will Lead in the New Economy? by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 4-9
        3. Rules and Tools for a Changing World by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 10-11
        4. Let's Expand the Winner's Circle by Will Marshall and Kenan Patrick Jarboe, pp. 12-17
        5. Spending Smart by Stephen S. Cohen, J. Bradford DeLong, and John Zysman, ..., pp. 18-21
        6. A New Progressive Budget for a New Economy by Jeff Lemieux and Peter Ross Range, pp. 22-27
        7. Reinventing Unions by Stephen A. Herzenberg, John A. Alic, and Howard Wial, ..., pp. 28-32
        8. What Works/Boosting clothing workers by Bruce Herman and Linda Dworak, p. 33
        9. Back to the Future by Kerry Tremain, pp. 34-35
        10. Revolutionizing Work by Paul Osterman and Kerry Tremain, pp. 36-41
        11. Closing the Income Gap by DeWayne Davis and Jeff Lemieux, pp. 42-43
        12. Act Globally by Claude G.B. Fontheim and Jeremy B. Bash, pp. 44-49
        13. 10 Rules of the Road by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 50-52
        14. What Works/Chicago manufacturing center by Erik Gunn, pp. 53-54
        15. Six Debates/Rules for a digital economy by Stephen S. Cohen, J. Bradford DeLong, and John Zysman, ..., p. 55
        16. America's Stake in China by President Bill Clinton, pp. 56-61
        17. Creating Corporate Social Responsibility by Debora L. Spar, pp. 62-65
        18. A Special Report---Workers and the Environment, p. 66
        19. Clean Trade by Jenny Bates and Debra S. Knopman, pp. 67-70
        20. What Works/Hoisery technology center by John B. Justice, p. 71
        21. Lifting Labor by Jenny Bates, pp. 72-77
        22. Promote Trade and Help Workers Adapt by Steven Kull, pp. 78-81
        23. Developing State Economies by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 82-83
        24. Penn's Poll---A New Bargain for Success, pp. 84-95
        25. Postscript by Bernard L. Schwartz, pp. 96-98
      4. [+]
        Special 2000 Issue = 5 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Building a New Progressive Majority by Al From, pp. 4-11
        3. Revitalizing the Party of Ideas by Will Marshall, pp. 12-19
        4. Change the Message! by Rep. Adam Smith, pp. 20-23
        5. Penn's Poll---Turning a Win Into a Draw by Mark J. Penn, pp. 24-42
      5. [+]
        Fall 2000 Issue = 22 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. The Quality of Life Agenda by Fred Siegel and Will Marshall, pp. 4-9
        3. Creating Choice for Livable Communities by Rep. Earl Blumenauer, pp. 10-13
        4. Tear It Down! by Mayor John O. Norquist, pp. 14-19
        5. Mapping Our Way out of Gridlock by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 20-23
        6. What Works/Georgia's Regional Authority by Governor Roy E. Barnes, pp. 24-25
        7. What Works/Envision Utah by Senator Scott N. Howell, pp. 26-28
        8. What Works/Smart Growth in the Twin Cities by Ted Mondale, p. 29
        9. Sell Smog Now! by Debra S. Knopman, pp. 30-33
        10. A New Model of Governance by Debra S. Knopman and Marc K. Landy, pp. 34-35
        11. A Special Report---Beating the Work-Family Squeeze, pp. 36-37
        12. Finding Time for Family by Maureen Minehan, pp. 38-41
        13. Working for Families by Brian Robertson, pp. 42-43
        14. Crude, Rude, and Lewd by Senator Joe Lieberman, pp. 44-47
        15. Who Owns Our Children's Minds by Enola G. Aird, pp. 48-51
        16. After-School Program by Andrew Rotherham and Judy Packer-Tursman, pp. 52-53
        17. Facing the New Suburban Housing Crunch by Michael A. Stegman, Roberto G. Quercia, and George McCarthy, ..., pp. 54-57
        18. Keeping Crime on the Run by John J. DiIulio, Jr., pp. 58-61
        19. End Racial Profiling by John D. Cohen, Janet J. Lennon, and Robert Wasserman, ..., pp. 62-65
        20. Catching Criminals in the DNA Web by Rutt Bridges, pp. 66-67
        21. Fighting Crime and Corruption in New Orleans by Peter Ross Range, pp. 68-73
        22. Penn's Poll---Why Voters Care About the Quality of Life, pp. 74-90
    2. [+]
      Issues of 2001 = 5 Issues, 113 Articles
      1. [+]
        Winter 2001 Issue = 16 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. 10 Big Ideas for the New Century, pp. 4-5
        3. The New Growth Economics by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 6-13
        4. The New Three R's of Education by Andrew Rotherham, pp. 14-19
        5. A New Medicare for the New Economy by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 20-25
        6. Covering the Uninsured by David Kendall, Jeff Lemieux, and S. Robert Levine, MD, ..., pp. 26-31
        7. Saving for Retirement by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 32-33
        8. Making Work Pay by Will Marshall, pp. 34-35
        9. Welfare Reform: A progress report by Will Marshall, pp. 36-37
        10. Tax relief for working families by David R. Riemer, pp. 38-39
        11. Double the child tax credit by Anne Kim, pp. 40-43
        12. Why It's Time to Revolutionize the Military by James R. Blaker and Steven J. Nider, pp. 44-49
        13. License to Innovate by Debra S. Knopman, pp. 50-55
        14. Crime Story: The Digital Age by John D. Cohen, Adam Gelb, and Robert Wasserman, pp. 56-61
        15. The Free Trade Area of the Americas: Why the United States Must Take the Lead by Jenny Bates, pp. 62-67
        16. Postscript: A New Democrat Tax Cut by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 68-70
      2. [+]
        Spring 2001 Issue = 14 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. The Big Choice, pp. 4-7
        3. Shaping the New Prosperity Agenda by Sen. Joe Lieberman, pp. 8-13
        4. Keep Growth Alive! by Lawrence H. Summers, pp. 14-17
        5. The Ant and the Grasshopper by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 18-23
        6. Alive and Kicking by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 24-31
        7. Fairness Matters by Robert J. Shapiro, pp. 32-35
        8. Doing It Right! by Bruce Reed and Ed Kilgore, pp. 36-41
        9. Stop Taking Marriage by Sen. Evan Bayh, pp. 42-43
        10. Reducing the Payroll Tax Burden by Robert J. Shapiro, p. 44
        11. Fixing the Alternative Minimum Tax by Sen. Blanche L. Lincoln, p. 45
        12. A Health Care Tax Credit to Cover the Uninsured by David Kendall, Jeff Lemieux, and S. Robert Levine, MD, ..., pp. 46-47
        13. Penn's Poll---What Americans Really Think About Bush's Tax Cuts by Mark J. Penn, pp. 48-61
        14. Stealing from the Young by Andrei Cherny, pp. 62-64
      3. [+]
        July/August 2001 Issue = 28 Articles
        1. Publisher's Letter by Al From, pp. 1-3
        2. Bridging the cultural divide, pp. 4-5
        3. People policy & politics, p. 6
        4. Interview, p. 7
        5. People, pp. 8-9
        6. Research, pp. 10-11
        7. [+]
          Resources, pp. 12-13 - 3 Reviews
          1. Taking Trade to the Streets by Susan Ariel Aaronson
          2. Rethinking Special Education for a New Century by Chester E. Finn, Jr., Andrew J. Rotherham, and Charles R. Hokonson, Jr., ...
          3. The Reinventor's Fieldbook by David Osborne and Peter Plastrik
        8. Online, p. 14
        9. Communities, pp. 15-16
        10. Guest Column by Marshall Wittmann, p. 17
        11. The White Male Problem by William A. Galston and Rep. Adam Schiff, pp. 18-23
        12. Faith Matters by Alan Wolfe and Ed Kilgore, pp. 24-29
        13. Changing the Gun Debate by Jonathan Cowan and Jim Kessler, pp. 30-33
        14. The Marriage Gap by Anna Greenberg and Bonnie LePard, pp. 34-39
        15. Filtering E-Porn by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 40-41
        16. Seizing the Latino Moment by Harry P. Pachon, pp. 42-45
        17. Why We Need to Build Biracial Coalitions by Ed Kilgore and Michael L. Thurmond, pp. 46-49
        18. The Military Challenge by Steven J. Nider, pp. 50-54
        19. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 55
        20. Fix the Tax Bill by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 56-57
        21. A new look at an old debate by Ed Gresser, pp. 58-59
        22. When Republican moderates walked the earth by Ed Kilgore, pp. 60-62
        23. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 63
        24. [+]
          Self-Hate Overdose by Kay S. Hymowitz, p. 64 - 1 Review
          1. In Therapy We Trust by Eva S. Moskowitz
        25. [+]
          Etzioni's Latest: A review of Next by Fred Siegel, p. 65 - 2 Reviews
          1. Next by Amitai Etzioni
          2. The Monochrome Society by Amitai Etzioni
        26. Humor by Dave Shiflett, p. 66
        27. [+]
          Excerpt by Andrei Cherny, p. 67 - 1 Review
          1. The Next Deal by Andrei Cherny
        28. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 68-70
      4. [+]
        Sept/Oct 2001 Issue = 32 Articles
        1. Editor's Letter by Chuck Alston, pp. 1-3
        2. Keeping America Moving, p. 4
        3. The impending battle of the budget, p. 5
        4. People Policy & Politics, p. 6
        5. Interview, p. 7
        6. People, pp. 8-9
        7. [+]
          Resources, pp. 10-11 - 2 Reviews
          1. Moral Freedom by Alan Wolfe
          2. Regionalism and Realism by Gerald Benjamin and Richard P. Nathan
        8. Online, p. 12
        9. Communities, pp. 13-14
        10. Guest Column by Sandra Feldman, p. 15
        11. Life in the Not-So-Fast Lane by Alan E. Pisarski and Ed Kilgore, pp. 16-21
        12. A New Economy Strategy for Reducing Congestion by Brad Allenby, pp. 22-23
        13. Getting Smart Behind the Wheel by C. Kenneth Orski, pp. 24-25
        14. Lean and Clean by Les Jackson, pp. 26-27
        15. Get on the Bus, Gus by Martin Wachs, pp. 28-30
        16. The Triumph of Pork over Purpose by David Luberoff, pp. 31-35
        17. Ending Runway Gridlock by Dorothy Robyn, pp. 36-38
        18. The Crisis Behind Air Traffic Control by Robert W. Poole and Langhorne Bond, pp. 39-41
        19. Putting Rail Back on Track by Paul Weinstein, Jr., pp. 42-45
        20. Gateways to Growth by Hugh O'Neill, pp. 46-49
        21. The New Politics of Mobility by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 50-54
        22. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 55
        23. What in the World is PUHCA? by Bob Kerrey, pp. 56-57
        24. The New Health Care by David Kendall, Jeff Lemieux, and S. Robert Levine, M.D., ..., pp. 58-59
        25. A third way on missile defense by Steven J. Nider, pp. 60-61
        26. A world of opportunity by Ed Gresser, pp. 62-64
        27. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 65
        28. [+]
          Crime and punishment by Fred Siegel, p. 66 - 2 Reviews
          1. Illusion of Order by Bernard E. Harcourt
          2. Inside Rikers by Jennifer Wynn
        29. [+]
          A case of legalities by Jonathan Rauch, p. 67 - 1 Review
          1. The Lost Art of Drawing the Line by Philip K. Howard
        30. [+]
          Excerpt by Carmen Sirianni and Lewis Friedland, pp. 68-69 - 1 Review
          1. Civic Innovation in America by Carmen Sirianni and Lewis Friedland
        31. What Americans really think about The Mobility Crisis by Mark J. Penn, pp. 70-75
        32. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 76-78
      5. [+]
        Nov/Dec 2001 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. Editor's Note, pp. 1-3
        2. New Politics for a New World, pp. 4-5
        3. America's New Mission by Will Marshall, pp. 6-9
        4. The Struggle for the Soul of the New Century by Bill Clinton, pp. 10-13
        5. How to Fight a Just War by Jean Bethke Elshtain, pp. 14-15
        6. The Key to Homeland Defense by Elaine C. Kamarck and John D. Cohen, pp. 16-17
        7. Countering the New Asymmetric Threats by Rep. Ellen Tauscher, p. 18
        8. Preparing for Bioterrorism by Peter Ross Range and Jonathan Crane, pp. 19-23
        9. The Case Against Saddam by Khidhir Hamza, pp. 24-26
        10. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, pp. 27-28
        11. Why We Fight by Sen. Joe Lieberman and Steven J. Nider, pp. 29-31
        12. Revamping our Intelligence Community by Dave McCurdy and Lt. Gen. Claudia J. Kennedy, pp. 32-34
        13. Dealing with the Middle East by Bruce W. Jentleson, pp. 35-36
        14. A New Mission for NATO by Ronald Asmus, Antony Blinken, and Jeremy Rosner, pp. 37-39
        15. No More Free Passes by Dennis Ross, p. 40
        16. Terrorism's Underground Cash Pipeline by Sen. Evan Bayh, pp. 41-42
        17. Rooting Out Blood Money by Sen. John F. Kerry, p. 43
        18. Thinking About the Unthinkable by Kate Herman, pp. 44-45
        19. Fighting Terror with Trade by Ed Gresser, p. 46
        20. Congress and the War on Terror by Steven J. Nider, p. 47
        21. The Loyal Opposition During Wartime by Ed Kilgore, pp. 48-49
        22. [+]
          Understanding the Islamic World by Fred Siegel, pp. 50-51 - 5 Reviews
          1. Islam and the West by Bernard Lewis
          2. Conditions of Liberty by Ernest Gellner
          3. Cruelty and Silence by Kanan Makiya
          4. The Arab Predicament by Fouad Ajami
          5. Dream Palace of the Arabs by Fouad Ajami
        23. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 52-54
    3. [+]
      Issues of 2002 = 6 Issues, 157 Articles
      1. [+]
        Jan/Feb 2002 Issue = 33 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Avoiding a New Politics of Evasion, pp. 4-5
        3. School reform bill aces its final, p. 6
        4. Interview, p. 7
        5. People, pp. 8-9
        6. Communities, pp. 10-12
        7. Resources, pp. 13-14
        8. Guest Column by Felix Rohatyn, p. 15
        9. After Dependence by Will Marshall, pp. 16-19
        10. Finishing the Job by Anne Kim, pp. 20-21
        11. Apocalypse Not by Tom Mirga, pp. 22-24
        12. Economy and Welfare Caseloads by Anne Kim and Megan Burns, p. 25
        13. Making the Case: Has Welfare Reform Worked? by Wendell Primus and Mickey Kaus, pp. 26-31
        14. The Devolution Revolution by Richard P. Nathan and Thomas L. Gais, p. 32
        15. Race to the Top by Sen. Tom Carper, p. 33
        16. Promoting Marriage by Daniel T. Lichter and Isabel Sawhill, pp. 34-37
        17. How to Modernize Unemployment Insurance by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 38-40
        18. Let's Put Dads to Work by Bruce Reed, pp. 41-43
        19. Demanding Responsibility, Nothing Less by Sen. Evan Bayh, pp. 44-46
        20. National service after 9/11 by Will Marshall, p. 47
        21. We Must Never Forget by Tony Blair, pp. 48-50
        22. Time to Transform by James R. Blaker and Steven J. Nider, pp. 51-52
        23. Reforming Public Health for Bioterrorism by Tara O'Toole, M.D., pp. 53-54
        24. Fighting the Image War by Steven J. Nider, pp. 55-57
        25. Winning with Technology by Shane Ham, pp. 58-59
        26. Mexican-American Moderation by Gregory Rodriguez, pp. 60-61
        27. Cap 'n' Trade by Jan Mazurek and Byron Swift, pp. 62-64
        28. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 65
        29. [+]
          Allegiance to the pledge by Kenneth Baer, p. 66 - 1 Review
          1. Ending Welfare As We Know It by R. Kent Weaver
        30. [+]
          The immigrant second generation by Tamar Jacoby, pp. 67-68 - 1 Review
          1. Legacies by Alejandro Portes and Ruben G. Rumbaut
        31. [+]
          Academic follies by Fred Siegel, pp. 69-70 - 1 Review
          1. Ivory Towers on Sand by Martin S. Kramer
        32. Politics after Sept. 11 by Mark J. Penn, pp. 71-79
        33. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 80-82
      2. [+]
        March/April 2002 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. On the Economy, pp. 4-5
        3. An about-face on national service, p. 6
        4. Community Prosecution, p. 7
        5. PeopleMaking votes count in Georgia, pp. 8-9
        6. [+]
          Resources, pp. 10-12 - 2 Reviews
          1. The End of Globalization by Harold James
          2. The Radical Center by Ted Halstead and Michael Lind
        7. Guest Column by Paul Glastris, p. 13
        8. Bush: Grow Slowly and Carry a Big Debt by Robert J. Shapiro, pp. 14-18
        9. Who Lost the Surplus by Gene Sperling and Jeff Lemieux, pp. 19-23
        10. The States by Ed Kilgore, pp. 24-25
        11. It's Not Just Roads and Bridges by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 26-29
        12. The Other Shoe on Trade by Ed Gresser, pp. 30-32
        13. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 33
        14. how to Win the Peace by Gordon Brown, pp. 34-36
        15. Modernizing Homeland Security by John D. Cohen and John A. Hurson, pp. 37-38
        16. Don't drain America first by Ronald E. Minsk, pp. 39-40
        17. How Bush stole education by Andrew J. Rotherham, pp. 41-42
        18. Mayors in the middle by David Kurapka, p. 43
        19. Lessons learned from Enron by Paul Weinstein, Jr., pp. 44-46
        20. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 47
        21. Multicultural movie mush by James P. Pinkerton, p. 48
        22. [+]
          Why we were surprised by 9/11 by Jonathan Schanzer, pp. 49-50 - 5 Reviews
          1. Makers of Contemporary Islam by John L. Esposito and John Obert Voll
          2. Legacy of the Prophet by Anthony Shadid
          3. Islam and Democracy by Fatima Mernissi
          4. In the Shadow of the Prophet by Milton Viorst
          5. Crescent and Star by Stephen Kinzer
        23. [+]
          Excerpt: Crescent & Star by Stephen Kinzer, p. 51 - 1 Review
          1. Crescent and Star by Stephen Kinzer
        24. How Americans feel about by Mark J. Penn, pp. 52-59
        25. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 60-62
      3. [+]
        May/June 2002 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Democracy, pp. 4-5
        3. People Policy & Politics, p. 6
        4. Interview, p. 7
        5. People, pp. 8-9
        6. [+]
          Resources by Bruce Reed, pp. 10-11 - 1 Review
          1. Where Now for New Labour? by Anthony Giddens
        7. Community-friendly computer training, p. 12
        8. Guest Column by Amy B. Dean, p. 13
        9. Corporate Influence by Marshall Wittmann, pp. 14-18
        10. Investors by Paul Weinstein, Jr. and Sen. Joe Lieberman, pp. 19-22
        11. National Greatness by Tod Lindberg, pp. 23-24
        12. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 25
        13. The Natural by Joe Klein, pp. 26-31
        14. America's New War by R. James Woolsey and Leon Fuerth, pp. 32-36
        15. Big Budget, Bad Choices by Steven J. Nider, pp. 37-38
        16. The 2002 farm policy fight, pp. 39-40
        17. Looking for a new vision for an old city by Fred Siegel, pp. 41-42
        18. Fast cash for the tax man by Anne Kim and Alan Berube, pp. 43-44
        19. Let 'em go to an accountant by Jeff Lemieux, p. 45
        20. Communicating health care by Peter Ross Range, p. 46
        21. Bush's protectionist tab by Ed Gresser, pp. 47-48
        22. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 49
        23. [+]
          Confessions of a hit man by Kenneth S. Baer, p. 50 - 1 Review
          1. Blinded by the Right by David Brock
        24. [+]
          Competitive ideas on school choice by Andrew J. Rotherham, pp. 51-52 - 1 Review
          1. Revolution at the Margins by Frederick M. Hess
        25. What about the children? by William A. Galston, pp. 53-55
        26. Political memo by Al From, pp. 56-58
      4. [+]
        July/August 2002 Issue = 23 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Leadership Gap, pp. 4-5
        3. Interview, pp. 6-7
        4. People, pp. 8-9
        5. [+]
          Resources by Bruce Reed, pp. 10-11 - 1 Review
          1. The Art of Policymaking by George E. Shambaugh and Paul J. Weinstein
        6. What works, p. 12
        7. Guest Column by Doug Ross, p. 13
        8. Phase II in the War on Terror: Is Bush up to the job? by Will Marshall, pp. 14-17
        9. A Failure to Communicate by Joshua Micah Marshall and Ed Kilgore, pp. 18-23
        10. Homeland Security Begins at Home by Bruce Reed and Jose Cerda, III, pp. 24-25
        11. Fire Fighters Gird for a Long War by Harold Schaitberger, pp. 26-29
        12. Bridging the Intelligence Gap by David J. Rothkopf and Robert Gerald Livingston, ..., pp. 30-33
        13. Guarding the Homeland by Steven J. Nider, pp. 34-35
        14. The Next Ideas Battle by William J. Clinton, pp. 36-38
        15. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, pp. 39-48
        16. The New Economy Lives! by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 49-50
        17. Time is running out on urban schools by Richard Whitmire, pp. 51-53
        18. Expand national service, not bureaucracy by Marc Magee and Steven J. Nider, p. 54
        19. Tipping Saddam by Jonathan Crane, pp. 55-56
        20. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 57
        21. [+]
          Rethinking urbanism by Robert D. Atkinson, p. 58 - 1 Review
          1. American Metropolitics by Myron Orfield
        22. [+]
          The great globalization debate by Fred Siegel, pp. 59-61 - 3 Reviews
          1. Against the Dead Hand by Brink Lindsey
          2. Globalization and Its Discontents by Joseph E. Stiglitz
          3. The End of Globalization by Harold James
        23. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 62-64
      5. [+]
        Sept/Oct 2002 Issue = 26 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Chuck Alston, pp. 1-3
        2. How to Earn a Majority, pp. 4-5
        3. Security begins at home, p. 6
        4. Interview, p. 7
        5. People, pp. 8-9
        6. [+]
          Resources by Bruce Reed, pp. 10-11 - 1 Review
          1. No Free Lunch by Rodney J. Carroll and Gary Karton
        7. Teachers taking ownership by Sen. Tom Carper, p. 12
        8. Guest Column by Sen. Charles E. Schumer, p. 13
        9. America's Changing Political Geography by John B. Judis and Ruy Teixeira, p. 14
        10. ...But Only With the Right Agenda by Mark J. Penn, pp. 14-19
        11. Independent Streak by Marshall Wittmann, pp. 20-22
        12. Fellow Travelers by Harold Meyerson, pp. 23-25
        13. The Brawl in the Sprawl by David Brooks, pp. 26-28
        14. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 29
        15. Democrats and the War on Terrorism by Sen. John F. Kerry, pp. 30-31
        16. The Future of NATO by Steven J. Nider, pp. 32-33
        17. The buck stops where? by Gene Sperling, p. 34
        18. Bush listens to Coolidge, McKinley, and Rove by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 35-37
        19. The progressive rap on corporate misconduct by Ed Kilgore, pp. 38-39
        20. Stop the revolving door by Mark A.R. Kleiman, pp. 40-41
        21. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 42
        22. [+]
          Politics at the margins by Alan Wolfe, p. 43 - 2 Reviews
          1. Spoiling for a Fight by Micah L. Sifry
          2. Crashing the Party by Ralph Nader
        23. [+]
          On the treadmill to nowhere by Fred Siegel, pp. 44-45 - 2 Reviews
          1. Six Days of War by Michael B. Oren
          2. The Tragedy of the Middle East by Barry Rubin
        24. [+]
          Putting vouchers to the test by Sara Mead, p. 46 - 1 Review
          1. The Education Gap by William G. Howell and Paul E. Peterson
        25. [+]
          Resisting the brave new world by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 47-49 - 2 Reviews
          1. Our Posthuman Future by Francis Fukuyama
          2. Our Molecular Future by Douglas Mulhall
        26. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 50-52
      6. [+]
        Nov/Dec 2002 Issue = 24 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Next Tiem: Say Something!, pp. 4-5
        3. People Policy & Politics, p. 6
        4. Interview, p. 7
        5. People, pp. 8-9
        6. Resources, pp. 10-11
        7. What Works by Sen. Tom Carper, p. 12
        8. Guest Columnist by Jonetta Rose Barras, p. 13
        9. Putting Politics First: The Triumph of Rovery by Joshua Green, pp. 14-19
        10. And Now for Some Good News by Ed Kilgore, pp. 20-21
        11. Where's the Recovery by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 22-23
        12. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 24
        13. Why Saddam Should Go First by Barry Rubin, pp. 25-27
        14. The Middle East Democracy Deficit by Steven J. Nider, pp. 28-29
        15. Letter from Germany: They Still Don't Get It by Peter Ross Range, pp. 30-31
        16. Bad policies make bad politics by Ed Gresser, p. 32
        17. Ladders to success by Michael Bernick, pp. 33-34
        18. Clear skies, cloudy climate by Roger Ballentine and Jan Mazurek, p. 35
        19. Filling the fat pipes by Shane Ham and Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 36-37
        20. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 38
        21. [+]
          Sympathy for the Devil, p. 39 - 1 Review
          1. Koba the Dread by Martin Amis
        22. [+]
          The Court runs amok by Simon Lazarus, pp. 40-41 - 1 Review
          1. Narrowing the Nation's Power by John T. Noonan, Jr.
        23. [+]
          Melting pot blues by Harlan Jacobson, pp. 42-43 - 2 Reviews
          1. Barbershop (2002 Film) by Tim Story
          2. My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002 Film) by Joel Zwick
        24. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 44-46
    4. [+]
      Issues of 2003 = 5 Issues, 118 Articles
      1. [+]
        Jan/Feb 2003 Issue = 31 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Class Warfare, pp. 4-5
        3. What It Takes to Win the White House by Al From and Bruce Reed, pp. 6-9
        4. Home Front List by Jose Cerda, III, pp. 10-13
        5. What We Believe, p. 14
        6. Democrats Come Back by William J. Clinton, pp. 15-18
        7. The Folly of Tactics Without Message by Bernard L. Schwartz and Daniel Yankelovich, p. 19
        8. Ideas We Like by John McCain, p. 20
        9. Getting Real on Homeland Security by John Edwards, p. 20
        10. The Right Stimulus Package by Joe Lieberman, p. 21
        11. Leave No One Economically Behind by John Kerry, p. 21
        12. How the Hill Was Lost: Two analysts for the Cook Political Report examine the 2002 elec... by Jennifer E. Duffy and Amy Walter, pp. 22-24
        13. Tax Debate by Daniel Gross, pp. 25-27
        14. The Atkins Diet: Dr. Atkins Budget Revolution by Jose Cerda, III and Paul Weinstein, Jr., pp. 28-29
        15. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 30
        16. Playing with fear by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 31-32
        17. Electing a technology president by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 33-34
        18. Why people need affordable cars by Anne Kim, pp. 35-36
        19. Rx for success by Sarah Bianchi, p. 37
        20. A call to service in a time of war by Marc Magee and Steven J. Nider, p. 38
        21. Bill Bratton's new challenge by Rob Lott, pp. 39-40
        22. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 41
        23. [+]
          Breaking Ranks by Fred Siegel, p. 42 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Rage and the Pride by Oriana Fallaci
          2. Why Orwell Matters by Christopher Hitchens
        24. [+]
          The political buffet of 2002 by Ed Kilgore, pp. 43-44 - 1 Review
          1. The Best American Political Writing 2002 by Royce Flippin
        25. What Works by Sen. Tom Carper and Sen. Evan Bayh, p. 45
        26. A capital loss, p. 46
        27. Interview, p. 47
        28. Resources, p. 48
        29. People, pp. 49-50
        30. Electoral Snapshot, p. 51
        31. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 52-54
      2. [+]
        No. 3 2003 Issue = 31 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. What We're Fighting For by Al From and Bruce Reed, pp. 4-5
        3. Shakedown by Paul Weinstein, Jr., pp. 6-8
        4. Starving the Beast by Ed Kilgore, pp. 9-11
        5. Investor Class by Gene Sperling, pp. 12-13
        6. Shattering Liberal Myths by Al From and Bruce Reed, pp. 14-15
        7. John Hickenlooper's Excellent Lessons by Jim Gibson, pp. 16-18
        8. The Republican's Great Gerrymander by Mark Gersh, pp. 19-21
        9. Ideas we like by John Edwards, p. 22
        10. An American Center for Cures by Joe Lieberman, p. 22
        11. Building the Right Stimulus Plan by Olympia Snowe, p. 23
        12. Service for College by John Kerry, p. 23
        13. Dismal talk, poor results by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 24-25
        14. [+]
          Book Excerpt by Sen. Evan Bayh, pp. 26-27 - 1 Review
          1. From Father to Son by Evan Bayh
        15. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 28
        16. Clinton's military legacy by Steven J. Nider, pp. 29-30
        17. A health care promise we can keep by Bruce Reed and Sarah Bianchi, p. 31
        18. Declaring war on chronic illness by David B. Kendall, pp. 32-33
        19. Political science, Bush style by Brian Newkirk, pp. 34-36
        20. Getting radical with spam by Shane Ham, pp. 37-38
        21. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 39
        22. [+]
          The sources of Islamic terror by Fred Siegel, p. 40 - 3 Reviews
          1. Terror and Liberalism by Paul Berman
          2. The Crisis of Islam by Bernard Lewis
          3. Arab Nationalism in the Twentieth Century by Adeed Dawisha
        23. [+]
          Spreading the wealth---to the rich by Robert J. Shapiro, pp. 41-42 - 1 Review
          1. Wealth and Our Commonwealth by William H. Gates and Chuck Collins
        24. [+]
          Two cheers for democracy by Kevin Croke, pp. 43-44 - 1 Review
          1. The Future of Freedom by Fareed Zakaria
        25. What Works by Sen. Tom Carper, p. 45
        26. Brewing reform in Denver, p. 46
        27. Interview, p. 47
        28. [+]
          Resources, p. 48 - 1 Review
          1. High Schools on a Human Scale by Thomas Toch
        29. HomeSAFE home, pp. 49-50
        30. Electoral Snapshot, p. 51
        31. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 52-54
      3. [+]
        No. 4 2003 Issue = 13 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Philadelphia Story by Ed Kilgore and Bruce Reed, pp. 4-7
        3. No One Else to Blame by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 8-11
        4. Girding for Battle by Al From and Bruce Reed, pp. 12-15
        5. The New Democrats' Declaration, pp. 16-26
        6. Nothing But 'Net by Randolph Court, pp. 27-29
        7. Bush's Double Whammy on Jobs by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 30-31
        8. Beating the Odds by Ed Kilgore, pp. 32-33
        9. Getting It Right in the States by Jose Cerda, III, pp. 34-36
        10. Radical reinvention by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 37-38
        11. Guns and values by Jim Kessler, Matt Bennett, and Jonathan Cowan, pp. 39-40
        12. Charter school lessons by Nelson Smith, pp. 41-42
        13. [+]
          Democracy versus capitalism? by Fred Siegel, pp. 43-46 - 2 Reviews
          1. World On Fire by Amy Chua
          2. The Mind and the Market by Jerry Z. Muller
      4. [+]
        No. 6 2003 Issue = 18 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. The Right Fight by Al From and Bruce Reed, pp. 4-7
        3. A Party of Values by Artur Davis, pp. 8-9
        4. Up Against It by Ed Kilgore, pp. 10-12
        5. The Wrong Direction by Paul Weinstein, Jr., pp. 13-14
        6. The Return of Rising Crime Rates by Jose Cerda, III, p. 15
        7. Too Much Froth by Joel Kotkin and Fred Siegel, pp. 16-17
        8. Gotham Blues by Fred Siegel, pp. 18-19
        9. Bottom-up Culture Wars by Alan Wolfe, pp. 20-22
        10. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 23
        11. The era of big government is back by Jeff Lemieux, p. 24
        12. Cyber piracy by Shane Ham, pp. 25-26
        13. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 27
        14. The primary journey by Kenneth S. Baer, pp. 28-29
        15. Seizing the progressive agenda by Andrew Cuomo, pp. 30-31
        16. Middle class squeeze by Robert D. Atkinson, p. 32
        17. Time over money by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 33-35
        18. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 36-38
      5. [+]
        No. 5 2003 Issue = 25 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. The Son Falls by Al From and Bruce Reed, pp. 4-9
        3. Job Losses by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 10-12
        4. Arnold's Third Way by Joel Kotkin, p. 13
        5. Members Only by Randolph Court, pp. 14-16
        6. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 17
        7. The National Security Case Against George W. Bush by Will Marshall, pp. 18-21
        8. A Squandered Opportunity by Martin Indyk, pp. 22-25
        9. The Third Way Lives by Robert von Rimscha and Robert Philpot, pp. 26-29
        10. Homeland Failure by Shane Ham, pp. 30-31
        11. Homeland Security by Harry Siegel, pp. 32-35
        12. Tax cuts and jobs by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 36-37
        13. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 38
        14. [+]
          Worse than corruption by Fred Siegel, p. 39 - 2 Reviews
          1. The Prince of Providence by Mike Stanton
          2. City by Douglas W. Rae
        15. [+]
          Civic togetherness by Marc Magee, pp. 40-41 - 1 Review
          1. Better Together by Robert D. Putnam and Lewis Feldstein
        16. [+]
          Zell bent by Ed Kilgore, p. 42 - 1 Review
          1. A National Party No More by Zell Miller
        17. [+]
          The two sides of Dick Morris by Ed Kilgore, pp. 43-44 - 2 Reviews
          1. Power Plays by Dick Morris
          2. Off With Their Heads by Dick Morris
        18. What Works by Sen. Tom Carper, p. 45
        19. People Policy & Politics, p. 46
        20. Interview, p. 47
        21. [+]
          Resources, p. 48 - 1 Review
          1. Terrorists, Despots, and Democracy
        22. People, p. 49
        23. Forgers' nightmare by Rob Lott, p. 50
        24. Electoral Snapshot, p. 51
        25. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 52-54
    5. [+]
      Issues of 2004 = 2 Issues, 36 Articles
      1. [+]
        No. 1 2004 Issue = 17 Articles
        1. Editor's Note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. The Road to Victory by Al From and Bruce Reed, pp. 4-8
        3. The New Nixon by Ed Kilgore, pp. 9-11
        4. $4,000,000,000,000...and Counting by Paul Weinstein, Jr., pp. 12-18
        5. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 19
        6. Environmental armistice by Kathleen A. McGinty, pp. 20-21
        7. Tailpipe revolution by Roger Ballentine and Jan Mazurek, pp. 22-23
        8. Help wanted by Andrew J. Rotherham and Jessica Levin, pp. 24-25
        9. Expand the call to service by Marc Magee and Steven J. Nider, pp. 26-27
        10. Europe's old disease returns by Fred Siegel, pp. 28-30
        11. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 31
        12. In their faces by Robert Philpot, pp. 32-33
        13. What Works by Sen. Tom Carper, p. 34
        14. Michael Moore's truth problem by Peter Ross Range, pp. 35-38
        15. Rewriting history by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 39-41
        16. Can the center hold? by Ed Kilgore, pp. 42-43
        17. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 44-46
      2. [+]
        No. 2 2004 Issue = 19 Articles
        1. Editor's note by Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
        2. Vanishing Dreams by Robert D. Atkinson, pp. 4-5
        3. Give Him an "F" by Robert J. Shapiro, pp. 6-9
        4. Mortgaging the future by Jeff Lemieux, pp. 10-11
        5. The New Battleground by Mark Gersh, pp. 12-16
        6. The Vital Center by Bruce Reed, p. 17
        7. Getting religion by Amy Sullivan, pp. 18-21
        8. Campaigning dangerously by Randolph Court, pp. 22-23
        9. Budgeting for outcomes by David Osborne and Peter Hutchinson, pp. 24-27
        10. Leading by example by Jose Cerda, III and Paul Weinstein, Jr., pp. 28-31
        11. The new face of inequality by Andrew J. Rotherham, pp. 32-34
        12. The Politics of Ideas by Will Marshall, p. 35
        13. Stressed out by Steven J. Nider, pp. 36-37
        14. What Works by Sen. Tom Carper, p. 38
        15. [+]
          Bush's dream team by Will Marshall, pp. 39-41 - 1 Review
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
        16. [+]
          100 percent America by Ed Kilgore, pp. 42-43 - 1 Review
          1. The Two Americas by Stanley B. Greenberg
        17. [+]
          Trade myths by Edward Gresser, pp. 44-45 - 1 Review
          1. In Defense of Globalization by Jagdish Bhagwati
        18. [+]
          Poverty is back by Traci Gleason, pp. 46-47 - 1 Review
          1. The Working Poor by David K. Shipler
        19. Political Memo by Al From, pp. 48-50