Authors Bill Ivey and Joe Romm discuss the power of words in politics at a recent Progressivism on Tap event.
A rising electorate, recovering economy, and rejection of conservative ideology drove the president’s historic re-election in 2012.
On the eve of Election Day 2012, our nation’s youngest voters could once again play a key role in the outcome because of their progressive ideals.
John Podesta on the passing of the Cuban human rights activist.
The Center for American Progress mourns the passing of French parliament member and progressive collaborator Olivier Ferrand.
John Podesta on the passing of CAP Founding Director Marion Sandler.
Issue Brief Scott Keyes, Ian Millhiser, Tobin Van Ostern, and Abraham White expose the voter suppression efforts underway across the country.
Interactive The Center for American Progress compiled its own bracket for March Madness on the worst conservative legislation in the last year. Help us a pick a winner.
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.
Bill Clinton announced his run for the presidency 20 years ago this week. John D. Podesta totals up the progressive accomplishments of the 1990s, their costly reversal in the next decade, and the Obama administration’s efforts to get back on track.
Joy Moses examines the everyday experiences of domestic help in the South in the 1960s told in the movie “The Help” and by chroniclers of those workers today.
Lawrence Mishel explained a progressive approach to strengthening the economy and reducing the deficit at a Progressivism on Tap spring series.