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Amy Sullivan

Correspondent, Director of the Next Economy Project

Amy Sullivan is a correspondent for National Journal and director of the Next Economy Project, a joint effort of National Journal and The Atlantic. She was previously a senior editor at TIME Magazine, where she directed coverage of the 2008 presidential primaries and wrote about politics, religion, and culture. Her first book, The Party Faithful: How and Why Democrats Are Closing the God Gap, was published by Scribner in 2008. 

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Fifty years of research—and Sesame Street— have changed our understanding of how to best help disadvantaged kids.

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Why D.C.'s Skyline Is a Flock of Cranes

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