Democrats on the March

Democrats and Democratization

By Carroll Andrew Morse | March 11, 2005 |

The New Republic‘s Noam Scheiber beleives that President Bush’s democracy agenda abroad may help build a Democratic majority at home. Over at TechCentralStation, I explain why I believe Scheiber’s argument is flawed.

Goading the Opposition

By Justin Katz | November 8, 2004 |

It has become a commonplace among right-leaning pundits that Democrats’ greatest problem is their reluctance to objectively assess the causes of their defeat and, more importantly, to reconsider their positions accordingly. Of course, that the observation is commonplace doesn’t make it untrue. Here’s Matt Russo, from Exeter, in a letter to the Providence Journal: The…