Christo­pher Hayes is the host of MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes. He is an edi­tor at large at the Nation and a for­mer senior edi­tor of In These Times.
 
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The Misruling Class
Meritocracy worship bedevils America.
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The New Road to Serfdom
Over the course of 500 pages in The Shock Doctrine, Naomi Klein documents the moments of chaos and disruption that allow a small coterie of experts to swoop in and administer what's invariably called "bitter medicine," "painful reforms" or "shock therapy"
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Who’s Afraid of Democracy?
Believing that "people are rational as consumers and irrational as voters," many conservatives would favor free markets without democracy
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What We Learn When We Learn Economics
Is a little economics a dangerous thing?
Viewpoint
The Abramoff Babies
Like the "Watergate Babies" of 1974, the new Democratic Congress will have to pick between sustanative or procedural reforms.
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9/11 and the “Good War” on Terror
How the Greatest Generation helped pave the road to Baghdad
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Economic Populism Proves Popular
To thwart legislation that put caps on payday lending rates, Republican lawmakers in Oregon had to pass it
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The New Funding Heresies
What everyone knows (but no one will say) about funding the left
Viewpoint
What Was Missing At YearlyKos
Dispatch
Postmark Guantánamo
Why is the Pentagon keeping prisoners' mail from their lawyers?
Culture
Veronica Mars, Class Warrior
Why this teen series is smarter than you think.
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New Orleans Defendants Lost in Legal Swamp
Post-Katrina, thousands still wait in jail for justice from a broken system
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Keeping America Empty
How one small-town conservationist launched today's anti-immigration movement
Dispatch
Head of Stage
Berlusconi uses members of Congress as props in his bid for re-election
Culture
Barbarians at the Helm
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Raising a Million Voices for Darfur
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Were Sanctions Worth the Price?
As conflict with Iran looms, questions remain about the moral implications of sanctions
Culture
Katrina: After the Storm
Historian Karen Sawislak talks about what's old in New Orleans
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In Search of Solidarity
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Backdoor Draft, Back Again
Despite signaling that it would no longer tap the Individual Ready Reserve, the Army calls up more troops just in time for the holidays.
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Snap, Crackle Patents
Can you patent the business method of selling cereal? One company gave it a shot.
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The Three Alitos
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Beatrice Were: Fighting a Deadly U.S. AIDS Policy in Uganda
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Who is Sherrod Brown?
An unabashed progressive takes aim at a Senate seat in Ohio
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Why The Law Is In Shambles
An interview with Chicago labor lawyer, Tom Geoghegan
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Symbol of the System
What do you get when you cross gutted labor laws with a corporate culture of impunity? Why, Wal-Mart, of course!
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Opening the Lines
While federal communications flopped, a small band of wireless technicians helped Katrina victims reconnect with the world
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Operation Enduring Boredom
Far from celebrating free expression, the Pentagon's September 11 Freedom Walk was expression free
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The Case for a Democratic Marker
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Politicizing the Personal: Growing the Progressive Movement
Organizers should focus on 'points of access' to engage with those outside the progressive base.
Supplementary
What does the AFL-CIO do, anyway?
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The Fight for Our Future
The Ground Up
From The Frontlines
The Ground Up
Don’t Just Stand There, Do Something!
Dispatch
A Swift Backlash
Evidence of Bush's dubious service record continues to mount
The Ground Up
So Funny It Hurts. Literally.
The Ground Up
Buried Story of the Day
The Ground Up
Where’s My Recovery
The Ground Up
Moral Cowardice
The Ground Up
Oh No He Didn’t
The Ground Up
Just Read The Headlines
The Ground Up
Some Good Advice
The Ground Up
Around the Net
The Ground Up
Zell Hath Mo’ Fury, Part III
The Ground Up
Referndum on Democracy
The Ground Up
Zell Hath Mo’ Fury
The Ground Up
Bush’s Record
The Ground Up
Solidfying The Base
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