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“The problem with Buttigieg’s work at McKinsey isn’t his clients. It’s McKinsey.” Daniel Altschuler. Washington Post. December 24, 2019.

“Democrats Must Interrogate Obama’s Legacy.” Daniel Altschuler. New York Daily News. August 7, 2019.

“Cuomo is Wrong About State Senate Democrats.” Daniel Altschuler and Rosemary Rivera. City and State New York. March 8, 2019.

“It’s Time for Men To Join the Fight Against Kavanaugh.” Daniel Altschuler and Darius Gordon. The Nation. October 5, 2018.

“Claudia Gómez Gónzalez Wasn’t Killed by a Rogue Border Agent. She Was Killed by a Rogue Agency.” Daniel Altschuler and Natalia Aristizabal. The Nation. May 29, 2018. 

“The Case for Ignoring the President.” Daniel Altschuler. The Hill, Congress Blog. February 21, 2018.

“The Real Reason Behind Staff Turmoil at the White House.” Daniel Altschuler and Javier Corrales. Washington Post. August 15, 2017.

“CEOs Aren’t Softening Trump’s Agenda.” Daniel Altschuler and Julio López Varona. Newsday. June 3, 2017.

“Four Ways Cities and States Can Become Sanctuaries Now.” Daniel Altschuler and Peter Markowitz. The Nation. December 5, 2016.

“How Progressives Can Stop Trump And Win The Next Decade.” Javier H. Valdes and Daniel Altschuler. Huffington Post. November 21, 2016.

“Progressives lost the first half of 2016. Here’s why we’ll win the rest of it.” Javier H. Valdes and Daniel Altschuler. Huffington Post. July 26, 2016.

How will Trump’s ideas play among state’s Republicans?“Javier H. Valdes and Daniel Altschuler. Albany Times-Union. August 11, 2015.

“We Can’t Ignore Real New York.” Javier H. Valdes and Daniel Altschuler. Albany Times-Union. February 17, 2015.

“The Anti-Immigrant Freshmen Come to Washington.” Javier H. Valdes and Daniel Altschuler. The Hill, Congress Blog. November 20, 2014.

“Latino voters in Nov. 5 elections could push House to pass immigration reform.Christian Science Monitor. November 5, 2013.

“In Nassau Race, Minority Voters Can Make the Difference.” Newsday. October 29, 2013.

“Participatory Budgeting in the United States: What is its Role?” The Nonprofit Quarterly. Spring 2013.

“Diverse Electorate is Playing a Decisive Role.” Albany Times-Union. March 5, 2013.

“As Immigration Debate Heats Up, Keep Out the Extremists.” Fox News Latino. February 18, 2013.

“Suffolk County, A Bellwether on Immigration Politics.” Fox News Latino. Daniel Altschuler and Theo Oshiro. November 19, 2012.

“After the presidential debate: How to close the voting gap among low-income people.” Christian Science Monitor. Daniel Altschuler and Lindsey Hodel. October 4, 2012.

“Don’t Lose Your Voice at the Ballot Box.” Newsday. September 10, 2012.

“Let Electoral Maps Protect State’s Diversity.”  Albany Times-Union. Fred Brewington and Daniel Altschuler. March 1, 2012.

“Lessons for 2012 Suffolk Vote.” Newsday. December 30, 2011.

“Immigration Laws Hurt Students.” Daily Report. Daniel Altschuler and Azadeh Shahshahani. October 28, 2011.  Also available at The Huffington Post.

“Plaintiffs Discuss HB 56: Interviews with Isabel Rubio and Angie Wright.” Americas Quarterly web exclusive.  September 12, 2011.

“Not Just Unconstitutional, but Unamerican.” The Chronicle of Higher Education.  September 11, 2011.

“Alabama HB 56: Which Way Will The Ruling Lean?” Americas Quarterly web exclusive.  August 26, 2011.

The Georgia and Alabama Anti-Immigration Laws.” Americas Quarterly, web exclusive. June 24, 2011.

“‘Silent Raids’ and E-Verify Immigration Enforcement Are Destroying US Farms.” The Christian Science Monitor.  June 2, 2011.

“The Dreamers’ Movement Comes of Age.” Dissent. May 16, 2011.

“What’s Next for the Dreamers?” In New Destinations & Hispanic Immigrants: Promoting Inclusive Policies.  Compendium published by the Americas Society.  May 3, 2011.

“Government Can’t Solve Budget Battles? Let Citizens Do It.” Daniel Altschuler and Josh Lerner. The Christian Science Monitor. April 5, 2011.

“Menú electoral alarmante para Guatemala.” Daniel Altschuler and Javier Corrales.  Foreign Policy en Español. March 2011.

“Republicans Want to Create Second-Class Citizens. You’re not DREAMing.” The Christian Science Monitor. March 9, 2011.

“Missing from State of the Union: Obama’s audacity of hope — to help ‘most vulnerable'”.  Sam Gill and Daniel Altschuler.  The Christian Science Monitor. January 26, 2011.

“Exchange: Who Speaks for Immigrants?” Exchange with  Robert Lovato. The Nation. January 25, 2011

“Why the DREAM Act Needs its Next Act.” CNN.com. December 30, 2010.

“Immigrant Activists Regroup”The Nation.  December 20, 2010 issue.

“The GOP’s Immigration Problem.” CNN.com. November 1, 2010.

“How Can Democrats Stop the Republican Tide? Young Voters.” Daniel Altschuler and Sam Gill.  The Christian Science Monitor. October 28, 2010.

“The Politics of Immigration Reform.” Americas Quarterly web exclusive. October 27, 2010.

“Power to the Parents: Honduras and Guatemala’s Experience with Decentralizing Education.” Americas Quarterly.  Summer 2010.

Los despidos en las escuelas PROHECO y la política clientelar en Honduras.” Revistazo (Honduras). July 28, 2010.

“Is Israel Isolating Itself?” Daniel Altschuler and Fredrik Meiton. CNN.com. June 14, 2010.

“Lobo Reverses Stance on Honduran Coup.” Americas Quarterly web exclusive.  May 25, 2010.

“The Politics of Education in the Honduran Crisis.”  NACLA Report on the Americas.  March/April 2010.

“Calling a Coup a Coup.” Christopher Sabatini and Daniel Altschuler.  Foreign Policy online.  November 2, 2009.

“Why Zelaya’s Protest Support Dwindled.” Americas Quarterly web exclusive.  October 30, 2009.

“Micheletti’s Losing Battle for Honduras’s Diplomatic Corps and International Legitimacy.” Americas Quarterly web exclusive. August 20, 2009.

“What Honduras is – and is not.” San Francisco Chronicle. July 8, 2009.

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