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Blueprint/The New Democrat Archives
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  • Blueprint/The New Democrat
    Total Archives: 7 Years, 27 Issues, 547 Articles, 1,760pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1990s
      = 2 Years, 4 Issues, 42 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 2000s
        = 5 Years, 23 Issues, 505 Articles
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        1. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Winter 2000 Issue, 9 Articles, 86pp
          War & Peace---Are We Ready?
          National Security in the 21st Century
        2. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Spring 2000 Issue, 20 Articles, 80pp
          Health Care
          Igniting a Consumer Revolution
        3. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Summer 2000 Issue, 25 Articles, 100pp
          The New Economy
          How Working Americans can Take Control
        4. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Special 2000 Issue, 5 Articles, 44pp
          Why Gore Lost
          And how Democrats can come back
        5. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Fall 2000 Issue, 22 Articles, 92pp
          Quality of Life
          The new battleground of American politics
        6. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Winter 2001 Issue, 16 Articles, 72pp
          10 Big Ideas
          A New Democrat agenda for governing
        7. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Spring 2001 Issue, 14 Articles, 66pp
          Making the Big Choice
          Bush's tax plan is a reckless gamble with America's prosperity. There's a better way.
        8. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          July/August 2001 Issue, 28 Articles, 72pp
          It's the Culture Stupid!
          The Fault Lines of American politics
        9. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Sept/Oct 2001 Issue, 32 Articles, 80pp
          Stuck!
          America's growing Mobility Crisis---and how to get out of it
        10. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Nov/Dec 2001 Issue, 23 Articles, 56pp
          New World, New War
        11. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Jan/Feb 2002 Issue, 33 Articles, 84pp
          After Welfare
          The Next Steps
        12. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          March/April 2002 Issue, 25 Articles, 64pp
          The W Economy
        13. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          May/June 2002 Issue, 26 Articles, 60pp
          Bush's Achilles Heel by Marshall Wittmann
          How the GOP buckles to corporate power
        14. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          July/August 2002 Issue, 23 Articles, 66pp
          Are We Safe Enough?
          How the Bush Administration has fumbled homeland security---and What we can do about it
        15. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Sept/Oct 2002 Issue, 26 Articles, 54pp
          The New Ideopolis
          Where Democrats Can Build a Majority...With the Right Agenda
        16. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Nov/Dec 2002 Issue, 24 Articles, 48pp
          Put Politics First! by Joshua Green
          How Bush changed the one in Washington...for the worse!
        17. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          Jan/Feb 2003 Issue, 31 Articles, 56pp
          So you want to be President?
          What it will take to move into the Oval Office
        18. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          No. 3 2003 Issue, 31 Articles, 56pp
          Stop, Thief!
          George W. Bush's secret plan to raise your taxes
        19. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          No. 4 2003 Issue, 13 Articles, 48pp
          Bring him on!
          How Bush has failed
        20. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          No. 6 2003 Issue, 18 Articles, 40pp
          It's the Middle Class, stupid! by From & Reed
          Bush is shafting the middle class. Here's our plan to save it.
        21. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          No. 5 2003 Issue, 25 Articles, 56pp
          The Collapse of Bushism
          Bush is repeating the mistakes of the past. Now Democrats must offer a vision for the future
        22. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          No. 1 2004 Issue, 17 Articles, 48pp
          How Kerry Can Win by Al From & Bruce Reed
        23. Blueprint/The New Democrat,
          No. 2 2004 Issue, 19 Articles, 52pp
          Going, Going, Gone!
          How the Bush economy is costing America jobs
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        1. Bush is running up $4 trillion in deficits. Here's a progressive package of 55 spending...
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 12-18 - PDF
        2. How government can deliver more value for the tax dollars citizens spend
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 24-27 - PDF
        3. Culture & Politics 
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          (Review)
          Rise of the Vulcans, by James Mann
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 39-41 - PDF
        4. In the world of Internet politics, the medium is in danger of becoming the message
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 22-23 - PDF
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 42-43 - PDF
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 1-3 - PDF
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 1-3 - PDF
        5. It's time for eco-warriors and industry to realize that their interests don't make them...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 20-21 - PDF
        6. Militant Islamicists are forming a twisted alliance with Europe's left to spread virule...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 28-30 - PDF
        7. The military wants soldiers and faces a long-term personnel gap. The solution should in...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 26-27 - PDF
        8. Democrats shouldn't be scared of religion. One-half of Democratic voters attend church ...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 18-21 - PDF
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 6-9 - PDF
        9. Urban school districts need quality teachers, but hiring policies make it too difficult...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 24-25 - PDF
        10. Political minefields haven't deterred Britain's Tony Blair from pressing forward with n...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 32-33 - PDF
        11. President Bush has punted on a domestic agenda. Governors can show him how it should be...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 28-31 - PDF
        12. Culture & Politics 
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 35-38 - PDF
        13. The economy is showing the effects of stimulus---but it's a short-term jolt we'll have ...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 10-11 - PDF
        14. This year's presidential election will be another close one. But that may be where the ...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 12-16 - PDF
        15. Separate but equal is legal history, but an educational achievement gap will persist un...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 2 2004, pp. 32-34 - PDF
        16. George W. Bush is sacrificing the nation's long-term economic health for his short term...
          1. Rise of the Vulcans by James Mann
          Blueprint/The New Democrat
          , No. 1 2004, pp. 9-11 - PDF