though you wouldn't know it listening to the Democratic debate, charter schools are public schools. And in urban areas like Newark (where Booker once championed them) they make public education better
Gen X politicians could help check the hubris of the present—if only they would now defend what they once believed, writes in our October issue.
Still think this piece on Gen X has some really interesting insight into the 2016 Republican field's performance and the 2020 Democratic field's (so far)
As usual, we'll just be quietly getting on with making the world function, while you attention-seekers on each side do your thing
Has the Presidency Skipped Gen X?
Why Gen X politicians--in both parties--won't defend the policies they once championed, even when those policies worked
Why Generation X may never produce a president
Cory Booker's oped today in the Times defending public charters make me wonder how his campaign would have unfolded had he run as the New(ish) Democrat he once was rather than shifting left. Same question could be asked of Kamala Harris + Beto O'Rourke