Yet Another Note on Adam Smith's "Invisible Hand": What It Is and What It Is Not
Hoisted from the Archives: Burkean Conservatism and the Burden of the Past on White America

Not Disraeli's Two Nations, But Two Nations Nevertheless...

And the really scary one controls today's Republican Party: the curse of Richard Nixon (and Barry Goldwater) in action.

Matthew Yglesias writes:

Matthew Yglesias: White Men Are Not Very Progressive: A nice map from dreaminonempty at Open Left illustrates the vote share won among white men in the 2008 presidential election:

Matthew Yglesias » White Men Are Not Very Progressive

I would say that another message is that progressive politics is badly disadvantaged by a situation in which the overwhelming majorities of political leaders and prominent media figures are white men. There are plenty of white men with progressive views, but in general the majority of white men are not progressive and the majority of progressives are not white men. Drawing from the relatively small pool of white male progressives means drawing from a shallow talent pool.