Quarterly Journal of The American Institute for Progressive Democracy: Issue #38

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Quarterly Journal of The American Institute for Progressive Democracy

 

April 2019 - June 2019 Issue 38

By Lewis Wickes Hine

"E. H. Elam, interviewer for the TVA, making personal interviews at Stiner's Store, Lead Mine Bend, Tennessee, with applicants for work on Norris Dam. The group in the background are seeing who can pull up the most weight on the scales." (8 November 1933)

From the Editor
Notes on Contributors
After the 2018 elections: What are the emerging policy areas in which Progressive Democrats are (or should be) working?
Pretending Rights are Privileges: Just Another Day in American Healthcare
Socialism: A Primer for the 2020 Election: Part I
From the Archives: Beyond Regulation vs Deregulation (Issue #9) and Regulation, Incomes and Prosperity (Issue #15)
Scott Walker’s Very Bad Analogy
PITHY POLEMICS
How to be A Congressperson