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In search of civic evolution
One scholar’s quest for a modern equivalent to the General Will
Rethinking liberal triumphalism—and its limitations
The end of history, 30 years on
Does an empire of consumers have any hope of saving the planet?
The Hamiltonian public option
To save the planet, be more like Ike.
If citizens are encouraged to help shape climate justice, they will be far more likely to join the project.
Can civic republicanism help save the planet?
Unearthing The New Republic's intellectual roots
Public resources won't be adequately protected by those with private interests.
Gary Hart's quest for a more participatory democracy
Individual freedom and the public square
How to argue with a Koch brother
Undoing one of twentieth-century America’s greatest political achievements
What a Bobby Kennedy presidency could have meant for American political life
How a vital term in U.S. political life lost its significance—and could regain it today
How should we understand the history of political corruption in America?
The civic republican tradition and its lost treasure