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Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: Conservatives have been winning the battle of ideas over judicial philosophy. How should progressive interpret the constitution, and what arguments should we make? Join the Brookings Institution and Democracy for a debate on liberal jurisprudence.
Democracy: A Journal of Ideas: On June 30, Democracy hosted “Responding to the Jobs Crisis: A Progressive Entrepreneurship Agenda,” a symposium that focused on the need for progressive entrepreneurship in today’s tough economy.