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These four progressive proposals have bipartisan potential.
While the White House and much of the media spun the hurried late-night move as a victory for the middle class, it was a win paid for with new tax cuts worth hundreds of billions of dollars for America's wealthiest families.
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Your Social Security or the fiscal cliff?
Yesterday's ideas about curbing the ultra-rich's power remain just as relevant as ever.
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