Roosevelt Archive

October 2014

  • Florida's voters must choose between two candidates who were once members of the same party, which complicates their records. Read the other state-by-state analyses in this series 

    October 2014
  • In the Wisconsin gubernatorial election, Medicaid coverage for 120,000 people hangs in the balance. Read the other state-by-state analyses in this series 

    October 2014
  • In Colorado, the Senate race is particularly divided by issues of personhood and the minimum wage.

    October 2014
  • As the election approaches, a number of close-call races could have disparate impact on women. This piece is the overview in our Election 2014: Women's Rights in the Balance series.

    October 2014
  • Alternatives to bail won't just reduce overcrowding in jails: they will create a more just justice system.

    October 2014
  • A new program offering career-focused bachelor's degrees at California Community Colleges could begin to shift the combined higher education and employment crises in the state.

    October 2014
  •  Authors: Susan Holmberg and Michael Umbrecht

    Published: October 23, 2014

    October 2014
  • It is likely that Ebola will be contained in the United States, but errors in Texas show we have room for improvement in responding to public health emergencies.

    October 2014
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  • The Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network's Rethinking Communities initiative is emblematic of the model for democratic and economic reform needed in this New Gilded Age.

    September 2014
  • A historical adviser to the film looks back at how the Roosevelts saved the American free enterprise system.

    September 2014
  • None of the candidates for major statewide office in Georgia are talking about carbon emissions or climate change, despite major new policy from the EPA that will make these issues central to t

    September 2014
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  • The success of The Roosevelts: An Intimate History highlights the people behind the policies that reshaped America.

    September 2014
  • Predatory lenders drove municipal governments and taxpayers into debt with risky interest rate swap deals that may have violated federal regulations.

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  • “The Nation has understood that we are building for future generations of our children and grandchildren, and that in the greater part of what we have done, the money spent

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