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1 Editor's Introduction
Chapter 2
Chapter 1: Progressives and the Incoming Administration
Chapter 3 Domestic Issues
Chapter 4
Chapter 2: The United States Can Cut Poverty in Half
Chapter 5
Chapter 3: High-Quality, Affordable Health Care for All
Chapter 6
Chapter 4:The Education (Policy) We Need for the Citizens We Have
Chapter 7
Chapter 5: The Affordable Housing Crisis: It Is a Solvable Problem
Chapter 8
Chapter 6: Homelessness: Action to End and Prevent the Crisis
Chapter 9
Chapter 7: A New Policy for Justice and Public Safety
Chapter 10
Chapter 8: A Road Map for Juvenile Justice Reform
Chapter 11
Chapter 9: Drug Policy Reform and Neutralizing the Third Rail of Politics
Chapter 12
Chapter 10: Policies Toward the Elderly: Strengthening Social Security and Medicare
Chapter 13
Chapter 11: An Economic Justice Agenda
Chapter 14
Chapter 12:Toward a Fair and Adequate Tax System
Chapter 15
Chapter 13: Ending Extreme Inequality: The Need to Concentrate on Concentrated Wealth
Chapter 16
Chapter 14: Re-Establishing a Workers' Rights Agenda
Chapter 17
Chapter 15: Will the Incoming Administration Cut the Racial Trip Wire?
Chapter 18
Chapter 16: Turning King's Dream into Reality
Chapter 19
Chapter 17: Climate and Energy Solutions for a Secure, Equitable and Sustainable Future
Chapter 20
Chapter 18: Green Jobs in a Sustainable Economy
Chapter 21
Chapter 19: Advancing Women's Equality
Chapter 22
Chapter 20: Strengthening Families and Creating Pathways to Opportunity
Chapter 23
Chapter 21: The Homosexual Agenda, Revisited
Chapter 24
Chapter 22: Promoting Full Participation of People with Disabilities
Chapter 25
Chapter 23: A Budget Is a Statement of Values
Chapter 26
Chapter 24: A Food System We Can Believe In
Chapter 27
Chapter 25: Transforming U.S. Transportation
Chapter 28
Chapter 26: Rebuilding and Renewing America: A National Infrastructure Plan for the 21st Century
Chapter 29
Chapter 27: Katrina: A Chance to Do It Right
Chapter 30
Chapter 28: From Newcomers to Americans: An Integration Policy for a Nation of Immigrants
Chapter 31
Chapter 29: Open the Government, A New Information Policy
Chapter 32
Chapter 30: Media and Communications Policy: Ensuring the Freedom of Expression Essential to a Democracy
Chapter 33
Chapter 31: Restoring Democratic Control Over Corporations
Chapter 34
Chapter 32: Making Our Democracy All It Can Be: An Agenda for Voting Rights and Election Reform
Chapter 35
Chapter 33: Restoring Balance to the Federal Courts
Chapter 36
Chapter 34: Unleash Democracy: Policies for a New Federalism
Chapter 37 International Issues
Chapter 38
Chapter 35: Ending the Iraq War and Occupation
Chapter 39
Chapter 36: U.S. Policy Toward Afghanistan: Rethinking the Good War
Chapter 40
Chapter 37: A New U.S. Policy on Terrorism
Chapter 41
Chapter 38: Eliminating Nuclear Weapons
Chapter 42
Chapter 39: U.S. Policy on the Global Economy: A New Development Agenda
Chapter 43
Chapter 40: Elements of a Just International Climate Policy
Chapter 44
Chapter 41: Immigration and Migration Policies for a Sustainable Future
Chapter 45
Chapter 42: U.S. Policy Toward Africa: Advancing a Twenty-First Century Vision
Chapter 46
Chapter 43: U.S. Policy Toward the Middle East: Elevating Peace by Resolving Crises
Chapter 47
Chapter 44: U.S. Policy Toward Asia: For a Policy of Equitable Engagement
Chapter 48
Chapter 45: U.S. Policy Toward Latin America: Supporting Democratic Diversity
Chapter 49
Chapter 46: Restoring Government Leadership on Human Rights At Home
Chapter 50
Chapter 47: The Role of Organizing and Movement-Building: The Sine Qua Non
edited by Chester Hartman
Three decades ago, conservative ideologues at The Heritage Foundation produced a primer on the Reagan Revolution entitled Mandate for Leadership, which offered an overarching philosophy against the role of government and in favor of markets. This volume, produced by the Institute for Policy Studies, which since 1963 has been the nation's leading progressive policy organization, offers a set of specific policy proposals for the incoming national administration on every major domestic and international topic, written specifically for the book by a leading thinker and activist in the field. These chapters set forth a fundamental, badly needed 'mandate for change' to reinvigorate government and rethink the role of markets and civil society. Each one includes an essay supporting the proposed policies and a resource list of relevant organizations, websites, and readings. It is perfect for public policy courses at the undergraduate and graduate level.
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