The Center for American Progress
The Center for American Progress is a nonpartisan research and educational institute. Our mission is to join the national debate and promote ideas and policies that best reflect the aspirations and interests of the American people. We seek to find progressive, pragmatic solutions to the greatest domestic and international challenges facing our country, including the economy and budget, tax policy, education, health care, the environment, national defense, homeland security, civil rights and civil liberties. The Center for American Progress aims to educate the public about progressive policy ideas as well as the consequences of conservative approaches. Our fellows and experts are crafting bold, forward-thinking and sensible policy visions rooted in mainstream American values, unifying a popular majority around a progressive agenda.
The American Prospect magazine
The American Prospect magazine began publication in 1990 as an authoritative magazine of liberal ideas, committed to an enriched democracy, a just society and a practical progressive politics. The Prospect was founded by Robert Reich, Paul Starr, and Robert Kuttner. Today, the Prospect is a monthly magazine with a print circulation of 55,000 and a daily Web magazine with 450,000 visitors each month. Kuttner and Starr continue to serve as co-editors, with Executive Editor Michael Tomasky.
The Century Foundation
The Century Foundation conducts public policy research and analyses of economic, social, and foreign policy issues, including inequality, retirement security, election reform, media studies, homeland security, and international affairs. The foundation produces books, reports, and other publications, convenes task forces and working groups, and operates eight informational websites. With offices in New York City and Washington D.c=, The Century Foundation is nonprofit and nonpartisan and was founded in 1919 by Edward A. Filene.