All-In Nation Blog

A Bit of Common Sense in the Nation’s Capital by Dean Baker, Center for Economic and Policy Research

The reasoning and policy proposals put forward in All-in Nation provide a welcome dose of common sense to the national policy debate. The theme uniting the book’s chapters and essays is that the country is becoming increasingly diverse, with the…

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Turning Dr. King’s Dream into Reality by Peter Dreier, Occidental College

This summer, America is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. That rally, which attracted close to 250,000 people, was part of a broad movement for social and economic justice. It brought together…

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The Real Change We Need to Be All-In by john a. powell, UC Berkeley Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society

All-In Nation is a significant new publication that synthesizes and focuses the most important structural data into prescriptive policy recommendations. This new work is of great value as a powerful reference and compelling presentation of existing facts for social justice…

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All Rise: The Economic Case for Racial Equality by David Callahan, PolicyShop

Seventy years ago, when leaders like James Conant were pushing for a meritocratic education system, they argued that narrow and entrenched privilege was the enemy of prosperity. Why? Because it gave the best opportunities to unexceptional rich WASPs (White Anglo-Saxon…

Equitable Transportation Is Critical to an All-In Nation by Anita M. Hairston, PolicyLink

I have been working on issues that affect cities and the people that live in them for about a dozen years. Recently, I have had the opportunity to focus on transportation—how people can get from home to work, to school,…