Thursday, October 06, 2011

The Nation


BETSY REED | Previous protests have presented detailed policy proposals to no avail. Maybe it's time to try something new.

SARAH BURD-SHARPS AND KRISTEN LEWIS | Like London, New York suffers from extreme inequality, poverty and lack of opportunity.

SIMON VAN ZUYLEN-WOOD | As prisoners in California resume their hunger strike, it's important to consider what legal strategies might end the cruel practice of long-term solitary confinement.

THOMAS GEOGHEGAN | The GOP declares Keynesianism dead, but it hasn't really been tried. The great economist would have us do much more than "prime the pump" to pull the country out of this morass.

JAY WALLJASPER | The vast inheritance we all share -- our precious common resources -- is being stolen. A movement seeks to take it back.

JOSHUA KURLANTZICK | Is Deng Xiaoping's legacy of modernization without political reform one that no contemporary Chinese official can control?

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