Peter Dreier

Peter Dreier is professor of politics and chair of the Urban & Environmental Policy Department at Occidental College. His most recent book is "The 100 Greatest Americans of the 20th Century: A Social Justice Hall of Fame" (Nation Books).

Trump's bizarre obsession with his questionable intelligence Peter Dreier
Progressives: Don't blow the chance for health care reform with a single-payer litmus test Peter Dreier
A California suburb reckons with its Nazi past — and present-day controversy follows Peter Dreier
Donald Trump, a classic case of affirmative action for the wealthy, wants to take it away from the disadvantaged Peter Dreier
Why did Democrats Ossoff and Parnell lose their congressional races in Georgia and South Carolina? Peter Dreier
The fascinating story of Major League Baseball's players union stimulated by the death of Jim Bunning Peter Dreier
Conservative author Rod Dreher's paradox: Compassion in St. Francisville and cruelty in America Peter Dreier
Nixon redux? Trump's "Tuesday afternoon massacre" could lead to his impeachment or resignation Peter Dreier
How history is made: Over 50 years ago, four young black men decided to order coffee in Greensboro Peter Dreier
“I’m, like, a smart person": Forget inauguration size and business success — Trump's biggest lie concerns intelligence Peter Dreier
From Margaret Sanger to Mike Pence: A century of progress — and backsliding — for Planned Parenthood and the right to choose Peter Dreier
Donald Trump's rabbi: Why is the founder of the Museum of Tolerance praying at the inauguration of a president who spews hate? Peter Dreier
Darkest before the dawn: How to prepare for President Trump Peter Dreier
Donald Trump's questionable intelligence: All those false claims about his academic record and derision of others bespeak profound insecurity Peter Dreier
While Donald Trump's bigotry is overt in some instances, his anti-Semitism is subtle Peter Dreier