Felicia Wong is Roosevelt's President and CEO, seeking to reimagine the social and economic policies of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt for the 21st century.

The passage of the Republican tax law was a brutal blow, but the progressive fight against it was not without victories. And for the first time in generations, the elite consensus on what makes good tax policy has crumbled. As progressives, we cannot let the Trump tax law stand. But to simply call for the

The Way Forward in 2017

It is an understatement to say that 2016 is not ending as many of us had expected or hoped. Instead, we are seeing fever-pitch conversations six weeks after Election Day, perpetual post-mortems, and an anxious effort to figure out what went wrong and shape a better future. We are all looking for a path forward.

America needs genuine infrastructure investment now more than ever—and that means more than just filling potholes. It means building the foundation for 21st century commerce, which is a long-term strategic necessity. It includes public investments in high-speed rail, universal broadband, and a carbon-reducing power grid, all of which will drive growth and help usher in

Last night Ivanka Trump, Republican candidate Donald J. Trump’s daughter and political partner-in-chief, was warm and poised, portraying her father as all that at least some would want him, as a presidential candidate, to be: A fighter, but generous. Tough, but caring. Strong, but empathetic. And in the middle of this performance of increasing superlatives,

Welcome to Roosevelt Forward

The Roosevelt Institute just launched Roosevelt Forward, our new 501c4 partner organization, to expand Roosevelt’s impact and our ability to rewrite and reimagine our nation’s social and economic rules so they work for all. It’s also the new home of the Roosevelt blog. Roosevelt Forward, a project of the Advocacy Fund, provides a platform to