The Progressive Studies Program hosts a discussion with Michael Tomasky about progressive-era stereotypes and public perception of President Obama.
The Progressive Studies Program’s Progressive Authors Series hold an event with Julian Zelizer on his new book on how domestic politics shape foreign policy.
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Report Part two of the Progressive Tradition Series examines the politics of national progressivism from the agrarian populists to the Great Society.
Report Part three of the Progressive Tradition Series examines the influence of social movements for equality and economic justice on the development of progressivism.
Spencer Ackerman and Brian Katulis speak at the last Progressivism on Tap event of the season.
Tod Lindberg spoke at a Progressivism on Tap event in a candid discussion about the past, present, and future of the conservative movement.
National Organization for Women President Terry O’Neill speaks at a Progressivism on Tap event.
Dean Baker speaks at a Progressivism on Tap event about the housing bubble, financial crisis, and free market canards.
Ruy Teixeira looks at a recent Pew report documenting the rise of the Millennial Generation—a very progressive group of voters.
Neera Tanden will join CAP as Chief Operating Officer; Executive Vice President Sarah Rosen Wartell will shift focus to policy.
Rep. Jack Murtha believed that taking care of the troops was not just the right thing to do, it was also the foundation for good policy, writes Scott Lilly.
Jackson Lears and Sidney Milkis discuss the historical foundations of the new progressive era at an event from CAP and the Progressive Book Club.
Ruy Teixeira argues in the Wall Street Journal that the Obama administration will be able to regrasp American optimism and a positive outlook for the country.