Steve Cobble is an associate fellow at IPS, a co-founder of Progressive Democrats of America (PDA), and a co-founder of the web site www.afterdowningstreet.org.

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The Enduring Impact of Andy Shallal’s Mayoral Run

The Enduring Impact of Andy Shallal's Mayoral Run

In a money-drenched political system that often requires multiple candidacies prior to winning, Andy Shallal sowed some seeds for the future.
The Classy Election of 2012

The Classy Election of 2012

Big ideas can change voting patterns.
Remembering George McGovern and Old-School Campaign Tools

Remembering George McGovern and Old-School Campaign Tools

Being decent, humane, smart, caring, and brave was not enough.

Midterm Election Recap and Lessons Learned

As Republicans take back the House with little more than inchoate rage and promises of "smaller government," how do progressives respond?

The Midterm Elections and What They Will Mean for the Progressive Movement

Will the Democrats lose the House? How many seats might they lose and why? View the opinions of three experts from the Institute for Policy Studies.

Conservative Hypocrisy on Military Spending

It's time to apply pay-as-you-go spending to the military budget.

Obamas Victory

Four experts discuss the significance of Obama’s presidential win and some of the challenges that lie ahead for U.S. progressive movements.

Just Security

An Alternative Foreign Policy Framework

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Institute for Policy Studies

Topics of Interest

Democracy, Politics

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The Classy Election of 2012

Counterpunch | November 23, 2012

Remembering George McGovern and Old-School Campaign Tools

The Liberty (TX) Vindicator | October 28, 2012

Remembering George McGovern and Old-School Campaign Tools

The Bemidji (MN) Pioneer | October 25, 2012

Conservative Hypocrisy on Military Spending

The Asheville (NC) Citizen-Times | May 19, 2009