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Report: In A New Global Age, Democrats Have Been Far Better for the US Economy, Deficits and Incomes
Our new report finds that since Communism fell, and the world changed, Democrats have been far better stewards of the economy than Republicans.
It is almost as if the more the world moves away from the simplicity of the Reagan moment the more angry and defiant – and of course wrong – the Republican offering is becoming.
Michael Scherer of Time reports on the influence Dr. Rob Shapiro's analysis has had on shaping recent thinking about how the American economy is changing.
Some thoughts about the post-Sandy Hook shooting political environment, and the hard, tough struggles ahead necessary to usher in a new and better age of politics.
The global system created by Presidents FDR and Truman has done more to create opportunity, reduce poverty and advance democracy than perhaps any other policies in history.
Chris Murphy | Sep 2
A plan to protect our elections systems from disruption, foreign or domestic.
Robert J. Shapiro | Apr 4
After a decade when most Americans saw their incomes decline, a majority of U.S. households racked up healthy income gains in 2013 and 2014.
Chris Murphy | Sep 6
Donald Trump and immigration are back in the news. We’ve assembled our most recent and most relevant work to help shine a light on a dark chapter...
Simon Rosenberg | Sep 19
It is long past time for Democrats to put the new Democratic coalition front and center in our politics and governing.
Simon Rosenberg // Mon, September 12
In his new column, Simon discusses how the Clinton campaign has successfully put three new states – AZ, GA and NC – in play, and why this is an ominous development for the GOP.
Simon Rosenberg // Wed, September 14
The only thing that matters now is for Trumpworld to release Melania's work visas and green card/application. Simply no reason to trust them given their challenges w/truth over past few months.
Robert J. Shapiro // Wed, September 7
Clinton’s economic and social policy proposals include the three essential elements to boost productivity.
Simon Rosenberg // Wed, August 10
Weeks after the Melania Trump immigration story broke, 4 key questions we still need answered.
Simon Rosenberg // Wed, July 6
Some thoughts on a consequential period in the 2016 campaign, the post WWII project, and what is shaping up to be a very important election here in the US
Simon Rosenberg // Thu, June 9
Despite rising anti-Hispanic rhetoric and lack of progress on immigration reform, Hispanics have made dramatic economic gains in the US in recent years.
Simon Rosenberg // Thu, April 28
In a note to the NDN community, Simon discusses his long history in working for a better politics, and lays out a three part agenda which will guide our in the months ahead.
Corey Cantor // Mon, May 11
As Congress begins to look deeper into the future of the Internet, NDN has assembled some of its most important work on these matters over the past decade.