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The challenge for those who would be president is to bypass popular anger and partisan simplifications and present a serious agenda that can restore normal income progress.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Winograd and Hais | Jul 1
A reflection on the role of Millenials in a period of profound change.
Simon Rosenberg | Jul 16
The study finds implementation of the Paul-Boxer bill would provide substantial revenues for future highway and infrastructure investment, boost GDP...
Simon Rosenberg | Jul 21
This week we will see a breathtaking level of cynicism from the national Republican Party on the issue of immigration enforcement.
Simon Rosenberg | Jul 8
We tried to look beyond the short-term, limited fiscal measures at hand, and towards a longer term strategy.
Robert J. Shapiro // Thu, August 20
This year’s presidential hopefuls all agree that America has serious problems, with each party blaming the other.
Simon Rosenberg // Tue, August 18
"He is the most significant champion of the restrictionist approach to immigration the country has seen in this era of American politics."
Corey Cantor // Wed, July 15
The last few years have been very good ones for Hispanics in the United States - millions of Hispanics have landed a new job while millions have also gained health insurance.
Simon Rosenberg // Wed, July 1
Polling gives Obama credit for the economy, which suggests the landscape in 2016 will be tough for the GOP.
Simon Rosenberg // Thu, June 18
Several dozen Democrats courageously stepped out to support President Obama and his ambitious trade agenda.
Simon Rosenberg // Fri, June 5
Hillary Clinton made it clear that she wasn’t going to accept the status quo and was making political reform central to her campaign.
Simon Rosenberg // Fri, May 22
A recent piece where Dr. Shapiro discusses wage stagnation with Yahoo journalist Matt Bai.
Simon Rosenberg // Fri, November 7
Republicans have made substantial gains in recent years, and are a much stronger national party. Democrats have a lot of work to do to compete and win against a resurgent GOP.