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Art Levine, a contributing editor of The Washington Monthly, has written for Mother Jones, The American Prospect, The New Republic, The Atlantic, Slate​.com, Salon​.com and numerous other publications.
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Obama’s Futile Bipartisanship Quest: Bad for Jobs, Real Health Reform?
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L.A. Sparks Revolt Against Banks and Wall Street Shakedowns, Abuses
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After Breaking Logjam, Will New Senate Jobs Bills Fall Short?
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Healthcare Reform: The Price of Failure if Democrats Don’t Win
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As Congress Stiffs Jobless, Deficit Hawk, Liberal Economist Plead: Create Jobs Now!
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With Public Option Momentum Growing, Will Progressives Still Fight for New Obama Plan?
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Last Hope for Healthcare?  Liberals’ Feb. 24 ‘Virtual’ DC March, Reconciliation
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Are Senate Dems Committing Political Suicide Over Jobs Bill?
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Paralysis on the Left and in Congress: Health Reform, Strong Jobs Bill In Peril
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Will Senate Take Real Action on Jobs—or Just Pander to Republicans?
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AFL-CIO, Progressives Condemn ‘Timid’ Obama Budget, Push for Stronger Action
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Can Health Reform Be Saved?
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After Mass.: Will Democrats Heed Call from Left, Unions for Populist Agenda?
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House Progressives: Labor-White House Excise Tax Deal Helps All Workers
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Trumka Slams Health Plan, Warns Dems—But Is Compromise Brewing?
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House Revolts Over Excise Tax, White House Asks Unions to ‘Celebrate’ It
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Taxing High-Cost Health Plans: Voodoo Economics for the Punditocracy?
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Netroots vs. Unions: Labor Pushing to Fix Rather Than Torpedo Senate Health Bill
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More News From the Jobless Recovery: Workers Getting Less for Doing More
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Union Leaders Attack Senate Health Bill, Push for Tougher Reforms
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Progressives Still Pushing for Public Option As Reform Roadblocks Mount
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Will New Financial Reforms Be Enough to Prevent Another Meltdown?
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Senators Move To Shred Public Option, Fool Progressives While Unions Fight Back
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Labor Praises Jobs Summit, Calls For Action—But Obama Sending Mixed Signals on Major Spending
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Health Reform Debate Starts As Unions, Liberals Pressure Reid for Stronger Bill
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Unions Ramp Up Pressure to Save Public Option, Drop Tax on Health Plans
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New Goldman Sachs, Buffett PR Gambit: Give $500 Million To Small Businesses
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SEIU Leads Protest Against Goldman’s So-Called ‘God’s Work’
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Unions, Progressives Spurring Reversal On ‘Cadillac Plan’ Tax
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Big Unions Hail Healthcare Bill Passage, as Senate Challenge Begins
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Will Obama Fight for Real Change? House Health Vote Slowed as GOP Joins Fringers
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Geithner’s New ‘Reform’ Plan: Keep Backing Risky Investments
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Healthcare’s Next Big Fight: Tax the Rich or Slam Workers?
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After Chicago: Forcing a Real Response to Foreclosure Crisis
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Fuel for Real Reform? Populist Anger Drives Big Bank Protests
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Unions, House Dems vs. Rahm Emanuel, Policy Wonks on So-Called “Cadillac Plans”
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NLRB Still Broken: After Nearly 20-Year Battle, Workers Die Before Settlement Reached
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In Dubious Battle: Chamber Attacks Employer Coercion Studies
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Financial Reform Round 1: Obama, Progressives vs. Wall St., Centrist Dems
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After Grayson’s Attack: In Search of…A GOP Health Plan
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A Democratic Civil War? Grassroots Groups, Blogs Fight to Keep Public Option Alive
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Jobs with Justice, Nomi Prins Put Wall Street on Trial
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Unions, Progressives To Launch Wall St. Reform Drives This Week
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Baucus, Under Fire From Fellow Dems and Unions, Signals Minor Compromises
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‘Tea Party’ Protests vs. AFL-CIO Convention: Competing Visions for America
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As Obama Speech Fires Up Base, Insurance CEOs Emerge As New ‘Villains’
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Obama Heads to Labor Day Rally as Union Pressure on Public Option Mounts
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Unions Look to Labor Day to Fight ‘Gloves-Off’ Economy
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