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A story of good intentions — and government blunders.

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  • T.M. Shine
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  • Feb 8
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The hard life and overlooked brilliance of Zane Campbell.

President Trump has scrambled the very meaning of conservatism. Now, a small group of intellectual publications are enjoying a golden age.

A Washingtonian pitched an idea for a business institute in a rural area. Both sides had to overcome their own biases first.

  • Jennifer Miller
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  • Jan 18
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Washington tried to stop unwanted phone calls. What went wrong?

  • Simon van Zuylen-Wood
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  • Jan 11
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Former Republican revolutionaries on what became of their movement.

The Reflection Issue
Former Republican revolutionaries on what became of their movement.
Hill and five lawmakers who fought for her revisit the hearings where she alleged Clarence Thomas had sexually harassed her.
Dean, Joe Trippi and Markos Moulitsas draw a line from 2004 to 2016.
“The voters clearly wanted to give the finger to Washington.”
  • Jan 4
“It was exhausting, doing all of these interviews with people who didn’t really like us.”
“The party today ... is really more around identity politics than around ideas.”
Mural in Cumberland, MD in August. (David C. Kennedy)
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