Having useful and comprehensive information is key to making good decisions - and coming up with new ideas for improving America! Here’s what we’ve been reading and learning in February.
Listen to a conversation between Michael Gerson, David Brooks and Peter Wehner, moderated by Amy Walter, on whether we can only value the democratic virtues of moderation, civility and compromise when they’re absent.
Beginning a dialogue is one thing, but how can community coalitions sustain themselves and their commitment to civic collaboration? Everyday Democracy offers some tips.
The Federal Reserve Board recently released tools that allow users to interact with national economic data in new ways.
- “The biggest information gap is local, because it’s not scalable. In the age of Google, the hardest information to find is local.” Small town libraries are stepping in to fill a news gap, the Atlantic reports.
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