Ben Adler writes on national politics and domestic policy. Ben has been a staff writer for Politico and an editor at Newsweek and the Center for American Progress. His writing has also appeared in The Atlantic, The Nation, The Daily Beast, Columbia Journalism Review, Salon, The Washington Monthly, The New Republic, The Guardian and Next American City among other publications. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Most outer-ring suburbs are being developed into unwalkable sprawl. But it doesn't have to be that way.Ben AdlerApr 13, 2009
Republican states seem to suffer the worst from the vicissitudes of the Electoral College, but they are also the least interested in switching to a national popular vote.Ben AdlerJan 09, 2009
Everyone knows driving an SUV or leaving the lights on is bad for the earth. But when it comes to your environmental impact, what's on your plate is just as important.Ben AdlerNov 21, 2008
At times in American political history, young generations have formed lasting ties to parties and ideologies. Is 2008 one of those times?Ben AdlerFeb 22, 2008