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Joel Dodge

Joel Dodge writes about politics, law, and domestic policy for The Week and at his blog. He is a member of the Boston University School of Law's class of 2014.

Business

How Hillary Clinton can be a populist without scaring off Big Business

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The American middle class is no longer safe from poverty — and that might be a good thing

Politics

The tough politics of Medicaid for Republicans

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It's not (always) the teacher's fault: What 'no excuses' reformers get wrong about education

U.S.

Why a hedge fund manager will tell you big government is great for capitalism

Politics

Don't listen to Paul Ryan: The GOP is still the party of makers and takers

Politics

Why the Republican freak-out over Obama's immigration order is both dumb and inhumane

U.S.

Why Halbig and the conservative war on ObamaCare will fail

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Why liberals want to fix the welfare state — and conservatives don't

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How an ObamaCare for higher ed could bring down the skyrocketing cost of college

Politics

Why Hillary Clinton should run for an Obama third term

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Marco Rubio's proposal to fight income inequality is pretty good — but it could be better

U.S.

It takes one to tango: Why Obama's government by executive action is here to stay

U.S.

Sorry, conservatives: America is not even close to being a colorblind country

U.S.

How to roll back creeping segregation in our schools

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Time to kill the ObamaCare employer mandate

Politics

Why the GOP wants to 'divide and conquer' the poor

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The real reason millennials should embrace ObamaCare

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What Paul Ryan could learn from Robert Kennedy about reforming the welfare state

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