Unearthing The New Republic's intellectual roots
Philip Dray’s book traces a fraught history from the colonial era to today’s debates over gun rights and conservation.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has a simple idea for keeping big business accountable to the American public, not just shareholders.
Teddy and FDR weren't the anti-corporate crusaders that they're portrayed as by populists today.
History shows why Trump’s rhetoric could affect policy long after he’s left office.
Far from being a historical footnote, she's a pathbreaking pioneer.
With Amazon on the rise and a business tycoon in the White House, can a new generation of Democrats return the party to its trust-busting roots?
In 1912, the popular third-party candidate stressed "the right of the people to rule" in the first election to truly test the primary system.
In realizing the “personal” Roosevelts, something of the “public” is lost
Obama has turned Teddy Roosevelt's famous maxim on its head