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New Deal



  • Making Affirmative Action White Again

    by Ira Katznelson

    Any decision to reorient the Civil Rights Division would be based on the fiction that we already possess a level playing field.


  • Does It Matter Who the Secretary of Labor Is?

    by T.R.C. Hutton

    Most of the people who have filled the position, whatever their intentions, have been largely ineffectual with the exception of Frances Perkins, who served the longest, during the New Deal.



  • 46,000 pages in the FDR archive digitized

    "This is a huge leap forward in the digitization of presidential records and an important new resource for presidential studies."



  • A New Deal for Greece?

    by Bill Kelson

    Like the Roosevelt administration of the 1930s, Syriza and its coalition partners want to break Greece out of a straightjacket of budgetary constraints.