At a Progressivism on Tap event, Dean Baker and Jared Bernstein discuss how to build a new economic order that is equitable, productive, and responsive to the needs of all Americans.
Think Progress’s Faiz Shakir and Occupy DC’s Ali Savino examined the achievements of the Occupy protests so far and how the future of the movement could play out at a Progressivism on Tap event.
Georgetown professor and author Michael Kazin discussed the challenges and accomplishments of the American left at the first event of Progressivism on Tap’s eighth season.
Lawrence Mishel explained a progressive approach to strengthening the economy and reducing the deficit at a Progressivism on Tap spring series.
Tom Malinowski and Brian Katulis spoke at Progressivism on Tap about the uprisings in the Middle East and the Obama administration’s response.
Amy Dacey of EMILY’s List discussed the need to get more qualified women to run for office as part of CAP’s Progressivism on Tap series.
CAP Senior Fellow Joe Romm discusses the Obama administration’s clean energy policies at a Progressivism on Tap event.
Steve Kest and John Atlas discuss the origins of ACORN as part of the Progressivism on Tap series.
New Republic senior editor Jonathan Chait analyzes the midterm election results and offers takeaways for progressives at a Progressivism on Tap Event.
Heather Boushey discusses women and workplace policies at the Progressivism on Tap series.
Harold Meyerson of The Washington Post and American Prospect discussed labor unions’ current struggles and the need for labor law reform at Progressivism on Tap.
The Progressivism on Tap series hosted a discussion this week on the progressive blogosphere’s evolution and its ability to affect politics in the future.
Dahlia Lithwick, Slate’s senior editor, stopped by Progressivism on Tap this week to talk about Elena Kagan’s nomination and other issues at the Supreme Court.
Dean Baker speaks at a Progressivism on Tap event about the housing bubble, financial crisis, and free market canards.
SEIU’s Anna Burger speaks at a Progressivism on Tap event about the importance of organizing workers and the close bond that progressives share with the labor movement.