Expanding affordable housing in America’s major cities is the key to reducing inequality.
A lot of what we do is describing and explaining problems: political conflicts, protests, wars. The Atlantic Sentinel tries to help readers understand the news better, often by looking back and placing events in an historical or international context. But at times, we also have ideas to improve things. You’ll find those stories under better democracy.
A solution to the “gender war” both conservatives and liberals can live with.
The system is broken. Don’t wait for an even worse crisis before fixing it.
The system could use more money, but in the long term British health care needs liberalization.
If deregulation is coupled with the introduction of a universal basic income, people may not fear being left behind.
Young Americans feel the deck has been stacked against them. They look to government for solutions.
Many of the trends that led to Donald Trump’s presidency are intractable, but there are things Americans can do.
Multi-member congressional districts would lead to more proportional representation and political moderation.
Proportional representation would give voters more choice and discourage regional factionalism.
Canada’s diverse migrant population and protection of the majority culture have made assimilation easier.