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May 19, 2014

Summers’s Review of Piketty Draws Wide Praise

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Lawrence H. Summers’s review of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century, released last week in a preview of the upcoming Summer Issue, has received widespread commentary and acclaim.

March 26, 2014

Konczal Discusses “The Voluntarism Fantasy” on “Majority Report”

The Majority Report: On the March 19 edition of “The Majority Report,” Sam Seder interviewed Mike Konczal on his recent essay for Democracy, “The Voluntarism Fantasy.”

January 13, 2014

Washington Post Cites Democracy’s Role in CFPB Creation

Washington Post: In the January 11 edition of The Washington Post, a story by Lydia DePillis on the start of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau cited Democracy’s role in the creation and development of the agency.

October 22, 2013

Tomasky Appears on MSNBC’s “Hardball”

MSNBC: On Monday October 22, Democracy editor Michael Tomasky appeared on MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” to discuss the Tea Party.

September 26, 2013

Tomasky Appears on “NOW with Alex Wagner”

MSNBC: On Thursday August 30, Democracy editor Michael Tomasky appeared on MSNBC’s “NOW with Alex Wagner” to discuss possible government shutdown and Republican opposition to the debt ceiling.

August 28, 2013

Tomasky on the Music at the 1963 March on Washington

Fox 5 News: Democracy Editor Michael Tomasky appeared on an Aug. 28 broadcast of Fox 5 news commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington.

July 30, 2013

Obama Pushes “Middle-Out Economics”; Media Cite Democracy Role

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: In a July 24 speech at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, President Obama made the case for “middle-out economics” — the very subject of our Summer 2013 symposium, “The Middle-Out Moment.”

July 18, 2013

MSNBC, New York Times Cite Democracy Role in CFPB Creation

New York Times, MSNBC: In the wake of the Senate’s confirmation of Richard Cordray as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), media outlets reporting on the story cited the role Democracy played in the creation of the agency.

July 15, 2013

Bordoff Discusses Democracy Essay on “Platts Energy Week”

Platts Energy Week: Jason Bordoff, author of “There Will Be Oil” in the Summer 2013 Issue of Democracy, appeared on the July 14 edition of “Platts Energy Week.”

July 1, 2013

Democracy’s Tomasky Appears on MSNBC’s Up

MSNBC: Democracy editor Michael Tomasky appeared on the June 30 episode of MSNBC’sUp, hosted by Steve Kornacki.

June 13, 2013

Yeselson on “Majority Report” Discussing “Fortress Unionism”

The Majority Report: On the June 13 edition of “The Majority Report,” Sam Seder interviewed Rich Yeselson on his recent essay for Democracy, “Fortress Unionism.”

April 11, 2013

Washington Post Interviews Kleiman on Crime Policy

The Washington Post: In a March 28 post in The Washington Post’s Wonkblog, Dylan Matthews interviewed UCLA professor Mark Kleiman about his essay, “Smart on Crime,” in the current issue of Democracy.

February 14, 2013

Klein Cites Democracy Essay on Defense Spending

Bloomberg: In his Bloomberg View column on February 13, Ezra Klein discussed the politics of military spending and highlighted a number of quotes from former Representative Barney Frank’s feature contribution to Democracy journal’s Winter 2013 issue.

February 13, 2013

Tomasky on Obama and Liberalism in The New York Times

The New York Times: In a news analysis piece on President Obama’s State of the Union address, The New York Times’s Richard Stevenson spoke with editor Michael Tomasky about Obama and liberalism.

January 8, 2013

Barney Frank Discusses Democracy Essay on MSNBC’s “The Last Word”

MSNBC: Former Representative Barney Frank appeared on the January 7 episode of MSNBC’s “The Last Word” with Ezra Klein to discuss his essay in our latest issue calling for lower defense spending to help balance our budget.

January 2, 2013

Times’s Douthat Recommends Democracy to Readers

The New York Times: In his latest column, The New York Times’s Ross Douthat mentioned Democracy journal as one of the must-read magazines his readers should check out in the new year.

November 7, 2012

Democracy Congratulates Senator-Elect Warren

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: In the summer of 2007, Harvard Law Professor Elizabeth Warren published an essay in Democracy calling for an agency to help protect consumers from predatory financial products — an effort that would later become law in the form of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. On November 6, after months of tough campaigning, she was elected to be the next senator from Massachusetts.

September 12, 2012

Washington Post Cites Democracy’s Citizenship Issue

The Washington Post: In a September 11 piece on The Washington Post’s website, Post opinions editor James Downie wrote about the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the theme of civic obligation, citing Democracy journal’s “Reclaiming Citizenship” symposium from the Spring 2012 issue.

June 18, 2012

Democracy Editor Michael Tomasky on “Melissa Harris-Perry”

MSNBC: Editor Michael Tomasky appeared on the June 17 episode of MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” as part of a panel discussion on the voting bloc that might be calling the shot this election — white voters.

May 18, 2012

Tablet Lists Democracy’s Greatest Hits

Tablet: Tablet magazine on May 18 published an article on Democracy’s “Greatest Hits,” listing noteworthy essays that have appeared in the journal. Articles mentioned include Elizabeth Warren’s “Unsafe at Any Rate,” Michael Bérubé’s “The Science Wars Redux,” and Andrei Cherny’s “American Spring,” among others.

May 16, 2012

Democracy Editor Michael Tomasky on “Melissa Harris-Perry”

MSNBC: Editor Michael Tomasky appeared on the May 13 episode of MSNBC’s “Melissa Harris-Perry” as part of a panel discussion on the importance of family in politics and the gay marriage debate.

April 30, 2012

Democracy Authors Nick Hanauer & Eric Liu on “Charlie Rose”

PBS: Nick Hanauer, a member of Democracy’s board of advisers, and Eric Liu, member of our editorial committee, appeared on the April 26 episode of “Charlie Rose” to discuss their new book, The Gardens of Democracy

April 9, 2012

Utne Reader Reprints Tomasky Essay

Utne Reader: The most recent issue of Utne reprints Michael Tomasky’s essay titled “The Greatest Story Never Told” which first appeared in the Winter 2012 issue of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas.

March 19, 2012

Tomasky Hosts C-SPAN’s “After Words”

C-SPAN: On March 17, Democracy editor Michael Tomasky appeared on C-SPAN’s “After Words” to interview author Linda Killian on her new book, The Swing Vote.

March 12, 2012

As Seen in Democracy: iGov in Politico

Politico: iGov, Ethan Porter and David Kendall’s latest Democracy brainchild, was featured on the front page of Politico’s website on March 12. Porter and Kendall’s editorial, “Explaining government’s role,” outlines the argument from their feature essay in our Spring 2012 issue, “Introducing iGov.”

February 6, 2012

“Rethinking Debt” Cited in The New York Times

New York Times: In a recent post for The New York Times’ Campaign Stops blog, Thomas Edsall posed the question: “Does the national debt — which has now reached a cumulative total of $15.4 trillion—pose a serious threat to the financial viability of the United States?” Edsall describes the split among the left on this question, highlighting Jared Bernstein’s piece, “Rethinking Debt,” in the Winter 2012 issue of Democracy.

January 23, 2012

Wilson Quarterly Highlights “The Church of Labor”

Wilson Quarterly: The most recent issue of the Wilson Quarterly features a summary of Lew Daly’s essay titled “The Church of Labor” which first appeared in the Fall 2011 issue of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas.

December 30, 2011

Rebuilding American Power: Clemons Responds to Kupchan

The Atlantic: The Atlantic’s Washington editor at large Steve Clemons recently wrote a response to Charles Kupchan’s “Grand Strategy: The Four Pillars of the Future,” which appears in the Winter 2012 issue of Democracy. Both men will be featured in a panel discussion at the New America Foundation on January 11 titled “Reframing U.S. Strategy in a Turbulent World: American Spring?”

November 16, 2011

New York Profiles Warren, Quotes Democracy Essay

New York: New York magazine released a profile of Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, and in focusing on her time creating the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, highlighted the idea’s genesis in the pages of Democracy.

August 23, 2011

Vivek Wadhwa Talks Immigrant Entrepreneurs on NPR

NPR: On the August 23 edition of NPR’s “Morning Edition,” Vivek Wadhwa, a visiting scholar at the University of California-Berkeley, discussed the need to reform our visa policies to encourage immigrant entrepreneurs to stay in the United States. Wadhwa wrote about his specific ideas for reform in our entrepreneurship symposium in the Summer 2011 issue.

July 22, 2011

Elizabeth Warren and Democracy Featured in Politico

Politico: Elizabeth Warren, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and Democracy were featured topics on Politico media reporter Keach Hagey’s “On Media” blog July 21.

July 19, 2011

ABC News Interviews Elizabeth Warren, Cites Democracy Essay

ABC News: On the July 18 edition of ABC’s “World News Tonight,” senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper interviewed Elizabeth Warren about the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which begins operations this week, and cited the Democracy essay in which she first introduced the idea for the agency. Earlier that day, President Obama had tapped former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray to head the CFPB.

July 11, 2011

Galston Discusses Entrepreneurship Essay on NPR’s “Weekend Edition”

NPR: Democracy author and editorial committee member William Galston appeared on the July 10 episode of NPR’s “Weekend Edition” to discuss his essay on start-ups from our newest issue.

June 13, 2011

Democracy Editor Tomasky on “The Diane Rehm Show”

The Diane Rehm Show: Democracy editor and Newsweek/The Daily Beast correspondent Michael Tomasky appeared on the June 14 episode WAMU’s “The Diane Rehm Show” as part of a panel discussion analyzing the New Hampshire Republican debate that aired on CNN.

May 4, 2011

New Yorker Cites Democracy Essay by Anne-Marie Slaughter

New Yorker: In a May 2 piece about President Obama’s foreign policy, The New Yorker’s Ryan Lizza cites Anne-Marie Slaughter’s review essay, “Podhoretz’s Complaint” [Issue #7, Winter 2008] in a discussion of influences on the President’s thinking.

May 2, 2011

Democracy on bin Laden, Al Qaeda, and 9/11

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Osama bin Laden’s death marks the end of a 10-year-long manhunt. In the intervening years, there has been much debate about how the United States should deal with Osama bin Laden, Al Qaeda, and the threat of terrorism. Democracy has been in the thick of those debates since our first issue in 2006. Below is a sampling of our best pieces on Osama bin Laden, Al Qaeda, and 9/11 and its consequences.

April 25, 2011

Democracy Editor Tomasky Joins Newsweek/Daily Beast

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: We’re pleased to announce that Editor Michael Tomasky will be joining Newsweek/The Daily Beast on May 9 as special correspondent, writing pieces for The Daily Beast and columns and features for Newsweek. He will continue as Democracy’s editor. He will leave his position as American editor-at-large of The Guardian as of April 29.

April 18, 2011

NPR’s “All Things Considered” Talks Taxpayer Receipt

NPR: On Friday, April 15, NPR host Robert Siegel interviewed David Kendall on the idea of a tax receipt on the show All Things Considered. Kendall and co-author Ethan Porter, contributing editor at Democracy, outlined their idea in our Spring 2011 Issue [“Seeing Where The Money Went,” Issue #20].

April 16, 2011

Matthew Yglesias comments on Democracy’s “impressive record.”

Center for American Progress: Matthew Yglesias, a senior fellow and blogger at the Center for American Progress, recently wrote on the White House’s new taxpayer receipt tool, a version of which was promoted by contributing editor Ethan Porter and David Kendall in Democracy [“Seeing Where The Money Went,” Issue #20].

March 14, 2011

Washington Post Op-Ed: Porter and Kendall on Taxpayer Receipt

Washington Post: In the Spring Issue of Democracy, out in newsstands this week, Ethan Porter, contributing editor at Democracy, and David Kendall of Third Way have an essay promoting the idea of a taxpayer receipt. In the March 13 edition of The Washington Post, Porter and Kendall preview the idea in an op-ed.

February 28, 2011

NY Times Magazine Discusses “The Science Wars Redux”

The New York Times Magazine: In the February 25 issue of the New York Times Magazine, author Judith Warner wrote about the conservative war on the scientific establishment—a development that, she notes, is a turnabout from the 1960s and 1970s, when it was the left that challenged the idea of objective knowledge. That turnabout was the very subject of Michael Bérubé’s essay in our Winter 2011 issue. Warner quotes Bérubé’s piece at length.

January 28, 2011

Shadi Hamid on “The Cairo Conundrum”

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: In our Winter 2010 issue, Shadi Hamid wrote of the dilemma confronting the U.S. in Egypt. His closing lines: “Egyptians, along with Arabs and Muslims throughout the region, have demonstrated their desire for substantive political change. It is time we did the same.”

January 16, 2011

Read Gene Sperling’s Essay on “Rising-Tide Economics” from Our Fall 2007 Issue

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: President Obama today announced the appointment of Gene Sperling as the new director of the National Economic Council. Readers who are wondering what to expect from Sperling can find their answer in the pages of this journal.

November 18, 2010

Sawhill, Anrig Continue Debate at Brookings Event

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On November 17, the Brookings Institution hosted a panel discussion featuring Brookings’s Budgeting and National Priorities Director Isabel Sawhill and Century Foundation Vice President for Policy Greg Anrig, reprising their debate on the deficit and entitlement reform published in our Fall Issue.

September 17, 2010

Warren to Head Consumer Financial Watchdog

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: President Obama appointed Elizabeth Warren to establish the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau—an agency that Warren first proposed in the Summer 2007 issue of Democracy.

September 17, 2010

Ezra Klein on “Unsafe at Any Rate”: “The Most Important Policy Article in the Past 10 Years”

Washington Post: Writing in the Washington Post, Ezra Klein called Elizabeth Warren’s “Unsafe at Any Rate” [Issue #5], in which she introduced the idea of a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, “the most important policy article published in the past 10 years.”

August 3, 2010

Harper’s Offers Judgment on “Why We Must Judge”

Harper's Magazine: Harper’s Scott Horton points his readers to Roger Berkowitz’s “Why We Must Judge,” which appeared online earlier this month and will be published in the Fall Issue.

July 21, 2010

From Democracy’s Pages to Law of the Land

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: A letter from Editor Michael Tomasky on the signing of the financial regulatory reform bill—and the new consumer financial watchdog it establishes that was first written about in Democracy.

July 10, 2010

Politico Discusses Michael Tomasky’s Cover Essay

Politico: Writing in Politico, reporter Abby Phillip spoke with Michael Tomasky about his recent essay “Against Despair,” which appeared in the Summer 2010 issue of Democracy.

June 29, 2010

Experts Respond to “The Baby Business”

The Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism: Some of the world’s leading adoption organizations and experts have responded to E.J. Graff’s piece from our last issue.

March 4, 2010

Tom Friedman Writes About Innovation - and Democracy Journal

The New York Times: New York Times writer Tom Friedman devoted his latest column to the innovation challenge facing the United States—and mentioned Democracy Journal’s innovation symposium while doing so.

January 8, 2010

Time Magazine Talks to Kevin Carey

Time Magazine: Time Magazine talks to Kevin Carey about his recent Democracy piece, which is “making waves in the higher-ed world.”

November 23, 2009

America’s Next Great Pundit Is…A Democracy Writer

The Washington Post: For months, The Washington Post has searched far and wide for America’s next great pundit. And the winner is? Kevin Huffman, a recent contributor to Democracy: A Journal of Ideas.

September 22, 2009

Neoconservatism Dies; Democracy Flourishes

Salon: Intellectual neoconservatism is, thankfully, dead. But, as Salon asserts, progressivism, as exemplified by Democracy: A Journal of Ideas, is flourishing.

June 22, 2009

Obama Proposes Consumer Financial Protection Agency

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: President Barack Obama has proposed the creation of a Consumer Financial Protection Agency, an idea first written about in Democracy.

May 20, 2009

The Washington Post Cites Warren’s Democracy Article

The Washington Post: The Financial Product Safety Commission, an idea originated in the pages of Democracy by Elizabeth Warren, is on the drawing board at the Obama White House, reports The Washington Post.

March 12, 2009

Senators Kennedy, Schumer and Durbin Introduce Financial Product Safety Commission Legislation

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Senators Dick Durbin, Ted Kennedy and Chuck Schumer have proposed creating a Financial Product Safety Commission, an idea that originated in Democracy.

February 19, 2009

Michael Tomasky to Become Editor of Democracy

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Michael Tomasky, a highly respected writer and editor with more than 20 years’ experience covering American politics and helping to define and update progressive ideas, will join Democracy: A Journal of Ideas as its Editor.

December 9, 2008

E.J. Dionne, Jr. Named Chair of Editorial Committee for Democracy: A Journal of Ideas

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: E.J. Dionne, Jr. — noted columnist, author, and public intellectual — will be joining Democracy: A Journal of Ideas as the Chair of the Editorial Committee.

December 1, 2008

Democracy Congratulates UN Ambassador-Designate Susan Rice

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Democracy congratulates Susan Rice, a member of its Editorial Committee, for her appointment today to be United States Ambassador to the United Nations. Rice has been a member of Democracy’s Editorial Committee since the journal’s inception in 2006.

November 10, 2008

Shooting Blanks

Utne Reader: The Utne Reader recently higlighted Jim Kessler’s Democracy essay on gun control.

November 4, 2008

The Wait Is Over

The Huffington Post: With Election 2008 upon us, Andrei Cherny writes on The Huffington Post about this moment and its meaning.

October 28, 2008

How Barack Obama Can Close the Deal

Salon: Kenneth Baer talks with Salon’s Thomas Schaller and leading Democratic operatives Steve McMahon and Laurie Moskowitz about Barack Obama’s path to victory.

October 6, 2008

Obama and the “Vision Thing”

To the Point: Kenneth Baer recently appeared on the radio show “To the Point” to discuss Barack Obama’s vision for America.

September 25, 2008

Democracy Editor Kenneth Baer Discusses Financial Crisis

Russia Today: Democracy editor Kenneth Baer recently appeared on Russia Today to discuss the ongoing financial crisis.

September 25, 2008

Democracy Editor Discusses Financial Crisis

Russia Today: Democracy editor Kenneth Baer recently appeared on Russia Today to discuss the ongoing financial crisis.

September 3, 2008

Democracy Highly Recommended By Library Journal

Library Journal: The influential Library Journal, which helps librarians around the country decide what to include in their shelves, has “highly recommended” Democracy.

September 2, 2008

Democrats’ Quest for the “Big Idea”

The Christian Science Monitor: At the 2008 Democratic National Convention, Democrats rallied around Barack Obama. The Christian Science Monitor says that Democrats may soon also rally around the ideas found in Democracy.

July 11, 2008

Andrei Cherny Speaks at Netroots Nation

Netroots Nation: At this summer’s Netroots Nation conference, Democracy co-editor Andrei Cherny and NDN founder Simon Rosenberg discussed what role in the world America should play after George Bush’s presidency.

July 8, 2008

Democracy Author To Write Platform for Democratic Party

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Karen Kornbluh, whose essay for Democracy was singled out as one of the best of 2006 by the New York Times, has been named the Principal Author of the Democratic Party platform.

July 3, 2008

Democracy Podcast: Doctors Without Orders

Democracy Podcast Series: Josh Ruxin, calling from Rwanda, talks with editor Kenneth Baer about the need for better management practices in the public health field.

June 25, 2008

Democracy Podcast: Should We Scrap Kyoto?

Democracy Podcast Series: In the latest Democracy podcast, managing editor Clay Risen talks to Democracy author Ted Nordhaus about environmentalism after Kyoto.

June 17, 2008

Democracy Triggers Congressional Hearing

House Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade: In response to Jamie Metzl’s article in our spring issue, the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade will hold a hearing on whether or not genetic modification should be internationally regulated.

June 16, 2008

Sandra Day O’Connor Reads Democracy

The Washington Post: In a recent oped in The Washington Post, former Supreme Court Justice O’Connor recommended Isabell Sawhill’s Democracy article, “Old News.”

June 12, 2008

Introducing Issue 9: A Podcast with Kenneth Baer and Andrei Cherny

Democracy Podcast Series: Listen in as co-editors Kenneth Baer and Andrei Cherny introduce Issue 9.

June 11, 2008

Are Doctors Screwing Up Public Health?

The New York Times: The New York Times’ Nick Kristof considers Josh Ruxin’s piece on public health in our most recent issue.

June 3, 2008

Barack Obama, Democracy, and the Next Progressive Agenda

Philadelphia Inquirer: Chris Satullo of the Philadelphia Inquirer encourages Barack Obama to turn to Democracy’s recent “What’s Next?” symposium to find the blueprint for the next progressive agenda.

April 28, 2008

Putting the “Home” In Homeland Security

Utne Reader: The Utne Reader has cited Matthew Dallek’s call for “Civic Security,” which appeared in our winter issue, as an example of an “Emerging Idea.”

April 25, 2008

Democracy Podcast: Expand the House of Representatives

Democracy Podcast Series: Larry Sabato talks with Democracy co-editor Andrei Cherny about the need to expand the House of Representatives.

April 24, 2008

Financial Product Safety Commission Continues to Gain Ground

Harvard Magazine: The Financial Product Safety Commission, an idea originally proposed in Democracy, has recently been discussed on the Senate floor and been the focus of an article in Harvard Magazine.

April 23, 2008

The Freakonomics of Car Insurance

The New York Times: On April 20th, Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt–authors of the best-selling Freakonomics–cited Jason Bordoff’s recent Democracy article as evidence in their case for pay-as-you-drive car insurance.

April 23, 2008

Tomorrow’s Big Ideas

The Dallas Morning News: The Dallas Morning News has excerpted long sections of our recent “What’s Next?” feature in its editorial section.

April 15, 2008

Democracy Podcast: The Challenges of Sovereign Wealth Funds

Democracy Podcast Series: In the latest podcast episode, frequent Democracy contributor Joshua Kurlantzick discusses sovereign wealth funds with editor Kenneth Baer.

April 1, 2008

Do We Need A National Primary?

KPFK Radio: Democracy co-editor Kenneth Baer believes that we need a national presidential primary. KPFK radio recently interviewed him about his idea.

March 26, 2008

Democracy Podcast: Introducing Issue 8

Democracy Podcast Series: Editors Kenneth Baer and Andrei Cherny discuss Issue 8.

February 26, 2008

What Should Obama Do About Climate Change?

The Washington Post: Barack Obama’s presidential campaign should turn to the upcoming issue of Democracy for fresh thinking on how to combat global warming, suggests the Washington Post’s Sebastian Mallaby.

February 19, 2008

MySpace Goes to War

Utne Reader: Utne magazine recently flagged Peter Bergen’s article from our Fall 2007 issue as a powerful “emerging idea.”

January 31, 2008

Democracy Podcast: A Discussion About Wiki-Government

Democracy Podcast Series: The Democracy podcast series continues as Clay Risen sits down with Beth Simone Noveck to talk about Wiki-Government.

January 4, 2008

Andrei Cherny Discusses the Presidential Race

Fox News: Voters across the political spectrum are clamoring for change. In the heat of the presidential race, Democracy editor Andrei Cherny talked about the contest on Hannity and Colmes.

January 2, 2008

Democracy Podcast: Andrei Cherny Talks to Matthew Dallek

Democracy Podcast Series: Matthew Dallek, author of “Civic Security” from Issue 7, talks to Democracy Editor Andrei Cherny about a progressive approach to homeland security.

December 21, 2007

Democracy Podcast: An Overview of Issue 7

Democracy Podcast Series: Co-Editors Kenneth Baer and Andrei Cherny discuss what’s inside Issue 7.

December 19, 2007

Vietnam vs. Iraq: Democracy Authors Pull Up a Chair at TPM Café

TPM Cafe: Steven Simon and Jonathan Stevenson, authors of “Viet Not” in our latest issue, pull up a chair at TPM Café to discuss their article.

December 18, 2007

Democracy Named Best New Publication of 2007

Utne Reader: Democracy has been named the best new publication in the 2007 Utne Independent Press Awards.

November 26, 2007

The Next Clintonomics

The Washington Post: What are Hillary Clinton’s views on progressive fiscal policy? According to The Washington Post’s David Ignatius, the answer may be found in the most recent issue of Democracy.

November 8, 2007

Family Insurance: The Time Has Come

The New York Times: With more and more American workers mobile and unattached to any specific employer other than themselves, the need to insure “free agent nation” is urgent. The New York Times Magazine reports that Democracy may have published a solution to the problem.

October 23, 2007

Rising-Tide Economics: A Q and A With Gene Sperling

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Gene Sperling, the author of “Rising-Tide Economics” in Issue 6, answers questions about his piece.

October 23, 2007

Democracy’s Influence on the Presidential Debate

The New York Times: What would progressive fiscal policy look like in a Democratic administration? The New York Times reports that Democracy has been leading the search for an answer to that question.

October 19, 2007

Democracy Nominated for Best New Publication

Utne Reader: Democracy: A Journal of Ideas has been nominated for Best New Publication by the Utne Reader’s Independent Press Awards.

October 15, 2007

“The World Has Changed:” An Interview with Ken Baer

Campaign Insider: Democracy co-editor Ken Baer talks to Campaign Insider about the journal and its role in progressive politics.

September 17, 2007

Video and Transcript of “After Iraq” Panel Now Available

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: If you missed the Democracy/Carnegie Endowment panel on “After Iraq,” you can now read the transcript and see the entire event on video …

September 7, 2007

Brooks on Bordoff

The New York Times: In today’s New York Times, columnist David Brooks approvingly cites “Broken Contract,” an article by Hamilton Project Director Jason Bordoff.

August 27, 2007

Do We Need a Financial Product Safety Commission?

The Oklahoman: Richard Mize, real estate editor for the Oklahoman, covers Elizabeth Warren’s proposal for a Financial Product Safety Commission [“Unsafe at Any Rate,” Issue #5]. He writes, “A little regulation goes a long way, but to hear Elizabeth Warren tell it, not nearly far enough in the mortgage market”

August 1, 2007

Man of Democracy

Phoenix Magazine: The August issue of Phoenix Magazine profiles Democracy co-editor Andrei Cherny

June 25, 2007

A Proposal to Protect Your Wallet

The Dallas Morning News: Pamela Yip of the Dallas Morning News seconds Elizabeth Warren’s call for a Financial Product Safety Commission, which first appeared

June 22, 2007

The Subprime Implosion: It Gets Worse

The Philadelphia Inquirer: In an editorial about the growing crisis surrounding subprime mortgages, The Philadelphia Inquirer discusses Elizabeth Warren’s

June 12, 2007

One Market, One Regulator

Forbes: Elizabeth Warren’s proposal, in the latest issue of Democracy, to create a single, new regulatory regime for the credit industry has stirred great interest among lawmakers, as Forbes’s Brian Wingfield explains

June 12, 2007

“Balanced Budgets: Holy Grail or Overrated?” Webcast

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: What should progressives do about the budget deficit? Today Democracy convened a panel of leading thinkers

June 12, 2007

Blue Dogs Take Aim At Record Deficits

The Washington Post: In her coverage of the Blue Dog Coalition, a group of 40 House Democrats committed to balancing the budget, The Washington Post’s Lori Montgomery speaks to Democracy Co-Editor Andrei Cherny

June 11, 2007

Are Americans Too Stupid to Handle Credit on Their Own?

The Economist: The Economist’s blog features a lengthy critique of Elizabeth Warren’s call for a Financial Product Safety Commission, featured in her article “Unsafe at Any Rate” in Democracy Issue #5

June 11, 2007

Elizabeth Warren’s Financial Product Safety Commission

Time: Time’s business and economics columnist Justin Fox blogs about Elizabeth Warren’s proposal for

June 11, 2007

Wanted: Credit Cops

CNN/Money: Money Senior Editor Roger Regnier writes approvingly of Elizabeth Warren’s proposal for a Financial Product Safety Commission in the

June 11, 2007

In Search of the Next Big Idea

The Chicago Tribune: “For a committed Democrat,” writes the Chicago Tribune’s Michael Tackett, “Kenneth Baer looks to unlikely places for inspiration”

June 10, 2007

Beware of Exploding Mortgages

The New York Times: The New York Times’s Gretchen Morgenson writes up Elizabeth Warren’s article calling for a Financial Product Safety Commission in the summer 2007 issue of Democracy

May 21, 2007

Democracy Featured in

The Utne Reader: This month the Utne Reader featured Democracy in its “From the Stacks” feature

February 28, 2007

How Distortions of History Harm Public Debate

The Chronicle of Higher Education: In a recent online article, the Chronicle of Higher Education featured a review of Ohio University Kevin Mattson’s

January 24, 2007

The Knee-Jerk Opposition

The Washington Post: The Washington Post’s Ruth Marcus cites Jason Furman’s “Our Unhealthy Tax Code” [Issue #1] in a piece about President Bush’s health care proposal.

January 11, 2007

Where Labor, Environmental Activists Have Failed

The Wall Street Journal: The Wall Street Journal’s Robin Moroney highlights Aaron Chatterji and Siona Listokin’s “Corporate Social Irresponsibility” [Issue #3], writing that

December 17, 2006

The 2006 Sidney Awards

The New York Times: In his annual selection of the year’s best essays, New York Times columnist David Brooks singled out Karen Kornbluh’s “Families Valued” from Issue #2

November 19, 2006

The Last 20th-Century Election?

The New York Times Magazine: Reporter Matt Bai writes about the significance of the 2006 midterms and quotes Democracy editors Ken Baer and Andrei Cherny as saying

July 10, 2006

Wake up, Democrats: Ideas and Vision Do Matter

The Los Angeles Times: Co-editors Ken Baer and Andrei Cherny argue in a Los Angeles Times op-ed that the Democrats need to start generating new ideas if they want to return to power.

June 25, 2006

With Job-Based Healthcare Ailing, It May Be Time to Seek a Cure

The Los Angeles Times: Columnist Ron Brownstein discusses Jason Furman’s Democracy article on health insurance and the tax code.

June 22, 2006

Thinking Outside the Blog

The Washington Post: Columnist David Broder calls the first issue of Democracy “really impressive.”

June 21, 2006

The Democrats Reassess

The Washington Post: Reporter Dan Balz describes Democracy: “Their goal is do for the Democrats what journals such as Public Interest did for conservatives and Republicans decades ago, which is to bring forward big ideas to challenge what they regard as the tired thinking that grips Democratic politicians.”

June 21, 2006

Fukuyama, Hannah and Zegna

The New York Times: Columnist Maureen Dowd calls Democracy “a progressive journal to ponder big ideas that might help the wretched Democrats stop driving on Ambien and snatch back a little power.”

June 20, 2006

Hoping to Emulate Conservative Success, Dem Young Guns Launch Journal of Ideas

The Hill: Jonathan Kaplan profiles Democracy co-editors Kenneth Baer and Andrei Cherny.

June 20, 2006

Taking a Page from the GOP Playbook

Cnn.com's Morning Grind: Mark Preston writes in the Morning Grind that “While most Democrats are trying to tailor their party’s message for the midterm elections in an attempt to take back the House and Senate, a small group of Democrats are focusing on the long term.”

June 18, 2006

What the Democrats Need Is a Little Power

The Los Angeles Times: Columnist Ron Brownstein sees Democracy as a central part of the “infrastructure” of the next liberal resurgence.

June 17, 2006

Publish or Perish

National Journal: Reporter James Barnes plugs Democracy.

June 13, 2006

Ideas, Please

The Hotline On-Call: Reporter Marc Ambinder reports on the Clintons “shower[ing] affection” on Democracy co-editor Andrei Cherny.

April 25, 2006

The Left’s Big Ideas

Washington Post: Columnist E.J. Dionne mentions Democracy in an article surveying the push for new ideas on the left.

June 23, 2014

Aspen Institute Event on National Service

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June 23, 2014

Brookings Institution Hosts Discussion on “Reformicons”

Brookings Institution: On June 26, Brookings will host a panel discussion on E.J. Dionne’s “The Reformicons,” featuring Dionne, Henry Olsen of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Ramesh Ponnuru of National Review, and Michael Strain of the American Enterprise Institute.

January 7, 2014

Democracy, New America Foundation Co-host Panel on the AUMF and Drones

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: More than 12 years ago, Congress passed the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF). Since then, it has been used as justification for dozens of actions, including operations in Pakistan, Yemen, and Somalia in 2013 alone. Democracy: A Journal of Ideas and the New America Foundation co-hosted a panel on Monday, January 13 to discuss the future of the AUMF and drone warfare.

December 2, 2013

Hillman Foundation Hosts Event on “Fortress Unionism”

The Sidney Hillman Foundation: On Monday, December 2, the Sidney Hillman Foundation is hosting an event in New York City on the changing face of unionism. The panel will feature Rich Yeselson, whose recent essay in Democracy, “Fortress Unionism,” will be a focus of the discussion.

July 18, 2013

Sen. Warren Celebrates CFPB Anniversary with Democracy

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Sen. Elizabeth Warren delivered a keynote address at a Democracy and CFED Policy Forum celebrating the two-year anniversary of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the idea for which she first introduced in the Summer 2007 issue of Democracy.

June 28, 2013

Event: Examining the Impact of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has played a critical role in protecting consumers from harmful financial practices and has improved the ability of American consumers to make better-informed financial decisions for themselves and their families. Democracy: A Journal of Ideas and CFED invite you to a Capitol Hill Policy Forum on Wednesday, July 17 to discuss the CFPB’s impact in ensuring the market for consumer financial products and services works for all Americans.

June 20, 2013

Democracy, CAP Co-Host Panel Discussion on Middle-Out Economics

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On June 19, the Center for American Progress and Democracy co-hosted a panel discussion on middle-out economics, the focus of the headline symposium in Democracy’s Summer 2013 issue.

June 13, 2013

Event: The Middle-Out Moment

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Progressives need a new narrative to explain how growth happens—and why trickle-down is wrong. Join the Center for American Progress and Democracy for a panel on middle-out economics.

May 8, 2013

Democracy, Brennan Center Co-Host Money-in-Politics Event

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On May 7, the Brennan Center for Justice, a New York City-based public policy institute, hosted a panel discussion co-sponsored by Democracy and Demos on money in politics, the subject of Democracy’s centerpiece symposium in the Winter 2013 issue.

December 3, 2012

Democracy & CFED Co-Host Discussion on Mobility

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Democracy and the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) co-hosted “The Forgotten 40 Percent: Restoring American Opportunity,” a discussion highlighting the economic imperative of rebuilding wealth and encouraging greater mobility among middle-class and working households.

November 16, 2012

Democracy & CFED Co-Host Panel Discussion

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Among the biggest challenges facing the Administration and Congress is restoring the battered fortunes of American households. Please join Democracy and CFED Nov. 27 for an expert discussion on one of the top issues facing policy-makers in the wake of the election.

September 6, 2012

CFED to Host Assets Learning Conference

CFED: In our Fall Issue, we feature a symposium supported by the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED) on “The Forgotten 40 Percent,” the low- and moderate-income families who lost a staggering amount of wealth and assets in the Great Recession. The issue will be distributed at CFED’s biennial Assets Learning Conference in Washington, D.C. from September 19-21.

June 11, 2012

Tomasky Moderates ACS Discussion on Citizens United

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On June 16, Democracy editor Michael Tomasky will moderate a discussion at the American Constitution Society’s annual convention in Washington, D.C. on the effect of the Supreme Court’s 2010 decision in Citizen United to ease decades-old corporate spending limits in campaigns.

June 7, 2012

Democracy Hosts Foreign Policy Roundtable

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Democracy hosted a foreign policy roundtable discussion at the Metropolitan Club in Washington, D.C. on June 6. The event was sponsored by Democracy board member Robert Abernethy and featured U.S. Sen. Jack Reed (D, R.I.) and former Director of Policy Planning at the State Department Anne-Marie Slaughter as special guests.

March 19, 2012

Tomasky Moderates Discussion with Economist Daron Acemoglu

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On March 23, Democracy editor Michael Tomasky will moderate a discussion with distinguished economist Daron Acemoglu at the Center for American Progress.

March 5, 2012

Talking Democracy—and Democracy—at the Guiding Lights Weekend

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On March 8-10, the Guiding Lights Network will host the Guiding Lights Weekend, an interactive conference on creative citizenship in Seattle, Washington. In time for the event, Democracy launches its Spring 2012 issue this week, featuring a symposium on “Reclaiming Citizenship,” discussing progressive first principles on reinvigorating civic life.

January 11, 2012

Reframing U.S. Strategy in a Turbulent World: American Spring?

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On January 11, Democracy and the New America Foundation hosted “Reframing U.S. Strategy in a Turbulent World: American Spring?,” a panel discussion about progressive approaches to U.S. foreign policy in the twenty-first century.

January 5, 2012

Democracy, New America Event on Reframing US Foreign Policy

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Join us Wednesday, January 11, for a panel discussion at the New America Foundation on how progressives should reframe U.S. foreign policy in a turbulent world.

July 19, 2011

Stone, Kendall Continue Democracy Debate at Brookings Event

Brookings Institution: On July 18, the Brookings Institution hosted a debate between Doug Kendall, the founder and president of the Constitutional Accountability Center, and University of Chicago law professor Geoffrey Stone on how progressives should interpret the Constitution. The discussion, which was co-hosted by Democracy editorial committee chairman E.J. Dionne, built on their exchange featured in our newest issue.

July 7, 2011

Progressive Visions of Jurisprudence: A Debate

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Conservatives have been winning the battle of ideas over judicial philosophy. How should progressive interpret the constitution, and what arguments should we make? Join the Brookings Institution and Democracy for a debate on liberal jurisprudence.

July 5, 2011

Democracy Holds Entrepreneurship Event at National Press Club

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On June 30, Democracy hosted “Responding to the Jobs Crisis: A Progressive Entrepreneurship Agenda,” a symposium that focused on the need for progressive entrepreneurship in today’s tough economy. The panel discussion was held at the National Press Club, and made possible with generous support from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

June 20, 2011

Responding to the Jobs Crisis: A Progressive Entrepreneurship Agenda

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Small businesses and startups are the real engines of our economy. Any plan to bring about economic prosperity needs to focus on entrepreneurs. But what should government be doing to promote entrepreneurship? Please join us Thursday, June 30, for a panel discussion on promoting a progressive entrepreneurship agenda.

June 16, 2011

As Seen in Democracy: ACS Debate on How to Interpret the Constitution

American Constitution Society: This week, the American Constitution Society celebrates its 10th anniversary with its national convention in Washington, D.C. Among the most anticipated events is a panel discussion on how progressives should interpret the Constitution, featuring esteemed legal thinkers Geoffrey Stone, Akhil Amar, and Pamela Karlan, among others—a debate among progressives that also happens to be the subject of the latest installment of our First Principles series.

April 8, 2011

Democracy and Third Way Host Taxpayer Receipt Launch

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On April 6, Democracy and Third Way hosted a Happy Hour at Johnny’s Half Shell to promote the idea of a taxpayer receipt, as well as Third Way’s new online tool, the Tax Receipt Calculator.

March 18, 2011

Liu, Hanauer Discuss “More What, Less How” Government at NDN Event

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On March 9, NDN hosted a panel discussion featuring Eric Liu and Nick Hanauer, making their case for a new theory of progressive government, as first published in our Winter 2011 Issue [The “More What, Less How” Government, Issue #19].

February 16, 2011

Bold and Nimble: A 21st-Century Case for Ambitious Government

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Join us for a discussion of Eric Liu and Nick Hanauer’s “The ‘More What, Less How’ Government” on March 9 at NDN. Liu and Hanauer will be joined by Michael Lind of the New America Foundation, Megan McArdle of The Atlantic, and E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post. Click here to RSVP.

October 15, 2009

Will They Ever Learn? The Media and the Iraq War

Columbia School of Journalism: More than six years have passed since the beginning of the Iraq War. What has the elite media learned since then, when its failure to be critical helped lead America into the biggest foreign policy disaster of the post-Cold War era?

October 6, 2009

The Race to Innovate

The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation: On October 6th, please join Democracy for a discussion on the future of innovation in economics, education, and the federal government.

March 18, 2009

You’re Invited: A Discussion on

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Please join the New America Foundation and Democracy at noon on Wednesday, March 18 for a discussion of Charles Kupchan and Adam Mount’s new article, “The Autonomy Rule.”

January 19, 2009

Obama’s America: A TPMCafe Roundtable

www.tpmcafe.com: All this week, as the nation celebrates Barack Obama’s inauguration, tpmcafe.com will feature conversations about Democracy’s “Obama’s America” symposium, with some leading progressive thinkers.

December 19, 2008

Democracy Author John Nagl to Appear on The Rachel Maddow Show and WHYY on December 22

The Rachel Maddow Show and WHYY: Listen in as counterinsurgency expert John Nagl talks about his recent Democracy article.

December 12, 2008

Join Democracy Author Rob Atkinson In Discussion of “Innovation Economics”

Information Technology and Innovation Foundation: In the most recent issue of Democracy, “Innovation Nation,” an article by Rob Atkinson, makes the case for a new economic doctrine: “Innovation Economics.” On December 17th, please join the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, of which Mr. Atkinson is president, for an event focused on this emerging field.

November 6, 2008

Video of “After the Election” Event Now Available

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On November 6th, Democracy brought together a group of America’s brightest thinkers to present the first take on what the 2008 election will mean for the new administration’s policies, the Democratic Party’s trajectory, and the future of progressive governance. You can now view video of the event online.

October 19, 2008

Democracy Podcast: Theda Skocpol on Higher Education Policy

Democracy Podcast Series: Kenneth Baer speaks to Theda Skocpol about the future of higher education policy.

October 17, 2008

Andrei Cherny Talks About the Economic Crisis

The Brian Lehrer Show: On October 14th, Andrei Cherny visted The Brian Lehrer Show to discuss the economy.

October 10, 2008

Democracy Podcast: Joseph Nye on Presidential Leadership

Democracy Podcast Series: To best confront the challenges of the twenty-first century, what kind of leader should the next president be? Harvard’s Joseph Nye has an answer, and he shared it in a recent Democracy podcast.

June 2, 2008

Democracy and Democracy: Andrei Cherny and David Frum on BloggingheadsTV

BloggingheadsTV: Democracy co-editor Andrei Cherny recently appeared on Bloggingheads TV with former Bush speech writer David Frum to discuss the journal and the state of the presidential race.

May 30, 2008

Watch “What’s Next?: The New Progressive Agenda” Video

Center for American Progress: In its spring issue, Democracy: A Journal of Ideas presented 20 new ideas that will set the next progressive agenda. On May 29th, C-SPAN was there as we explored some of these ideas in depth. Watch the video.

April 15, 2008

See Democracy Editor Andrei Cherny Discuss His New Book, The Candy Bombers

The Candy Bombers: Democracy co-editor and co-founder Andrei Cherny is the author of the new book, The Candy Bombers. He’ll be touring the country to discuss the book and sign copies.

February 18, 2008

The Art of Inspiration

NPR: Democracy Co-Editor Kenneth Baer recently appeared on NPR to talk about the rhetoric of inspiration.

February 15, 2008

Kenneth Baer on Brian Lehrer

WNYC: On February 15th, Democracy co-editor Kenneth Baer appeared on The Brian Lehrer Show to discuss the complex Democratic primary process.

November 26, 2007

Video of Panel

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Watch Senators Bill Bradley and Bob Kerrey, as well as Gene Sperling, Bernard Schwartz, Robert Hormats and Democracy’s Andrei Cherny discuss the future of progressive fiscal policy.

October 16, 2007

America’s Fiscal Challenges: A Panel Discussion

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On October 16th in New York City, the debate over America’s future economic policy that Democracy has helped spur in our recent issues will continue in a panel discussion we are co-hosting with The New School’s Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis.

October 2, 2007

Globalization, Growth, and Social Equity: American and European Perspectives

Center for American Progress: Two Democracy contributors, Karen Kornbluh and Gene Sperling, discuss the Dynamism Economy with former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and two leading European policymakers.

September 21, 2007

Democracy Podcast: Peter Bergen Talks to Clay Risen

Democracy Podcast Series: Peter Bergen, contributor to Democracy’s “After Iraq” symposium, discusses his piece with Managing Editor Clay Risen.

September 18, 2007

Democracy Podcast: An Interview with Michele Flournoy

Democracy Podcast Series: Michele Flournoy, director of the Center for a New American Security, and contributor to our “After Iraq” symposium, talks to Democracy’s Ethan Porter.

September 17, 2007

The First Democracy Podcast: An Overview of Issue 6

Democracy Podcast Series: Listen in as Co-Editors Andrei Cherny and Ken Baer discuss the new issue.

September 17, 2007

After Iraq: U.S. Strategy in the Middle East After the Troops Come Home

Democracy and The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: In its fall issue, Democracy: A Journal of Ideas brings together an unprecedented collection of thirteen of the top progressive foreign policy thinkers writing on the critical topic: “What the U.S. should do once it leaves Iraq.” Three of the authors will join us to discuss the future of American foreign policy in the Middle East.

August 7, 2007

New Social Contract Panel Transcript Now Available

The Hamilton Project: The complete transcript from the July 26, 2007 panel on a new social contract, held jointly by the Hamilton Project and Democracy

August 3, 2007

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas to Host Key Debate Panels At YearlyKos Convention

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Blogs are important, but they alone won’t produce the big ideas progressives need to reshape the political landscape in 2008 and beyond. That’s why Democracy: A Journal of Ideas, the progressive quarterly, will be playing a major role at this week’s YearlyKos convention in Chicago

July 26, 2007

A New Social Contract

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas and the Hamilton Project: In the decades after World War II, the United States developed an implicit social compact that businesses, government and individuals would all play a role in ensuring the health, retirement and other benefits

June 21, 2007

The Politics of Poverty and Social Policy: Old Myths and New Realities

The New America Foundation: On Thursday, June 21, the New America Foundation will hold a discussion on American welfare policy featuring two Democracy authors, William & Mary Professor Chris Howard and New America’s Mark Schmitt, along with New America’s Margy Waller

June 12, 2007

Video from Balanced Budgets Panel Now Available

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Missed Democracy’s panel discussion on budget policy? The full event is now on video

June 12, 2007

June 12 Panel: “Balanced Budgets: Holy Grail or Overrated?”

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Please join us Tuesday, June 12, 2007, for a panel discussion to celebrate the first anniversary of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas.

April 27, 2007

Kenneth Baer, Live on Philadelphia Radio

WHYY Philadelphia: Listen to a podcast of Democracy Co-Editor Kenneth Baer on WHYY Philadelphia’s “Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane”

February 9, 2007

Democracy/Center for American Progress CSR Panel Video

The Center for American Progress: With corporate social responsibility becoming a major topic of discussion from the Beltway to the boardroom, Democracy recently teamed up

January 2, 2007

Andrei Cherny: Commentary on Democracy

Access Tuscon: Democracy Co-editor Andrei Cherny recently appeared on Access Tuscon’s current-events program “Political Perspectives.” The episode

October 19, 2006

The Battle After Bush: Video from the Democracy/New America Panel

Democracy: A Journal of Ideas and the New America Foundation: In cooperation with the New America Foundation, on Thursday, October 19 Democracy: A Journal of Ideas hosted a brown-bag lunch panel on the future of American foreign policy

September 28, 2006

Panel: China’s Illiberal Challenge

University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley’s Naazneen Barma and Ely Ratner, authors of “China’s Illiberal Challenge” in Democracy #2, will be giving

July 12, 2006

Democracy’s Panel Discussion on Ideas and Politics

Video: Missed Democracy’s panel on ideas and politics? Windows visitors, click here to view with Windows Media Player, Mac visitors click here to view with Quicktime

June 25, 2006

Recast of

CSPAN Radio: Missed Democracy’s panel on ideas and politics? Catch it Sunday, June 25 at 11 on CSPAN Radio.

June 20, 2006

Do Ideas Still Matter? Or Is Politics Brain Dead?

Press Release: Editors of three leading political magazines–Francis Fukuyama of The American Interest, Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard and Michael Tomasky of the liberal American Prospect–will join the founding editors of a new progressive publication in a panel discussion June 20 to mark the launch of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas.