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By Dylan Matthews

Today, Kate argued the administration must do more to stop the oil spill, I explained why this isn't a "progressive moment," Mike listed parts of FinReg that are better in the House version, Jonathan looked at how public opinion often follows opinion leaders, and Ezra outlined China's banking reforms.

1. The climate bill could create up to 200,000 jobs a year, according to a new report.

2. FinReg means boom times for K Street.

3. Why we'll adapt to Facebook's privacy standards.

4. Tim Fernholz looks at New York's asset-building programs.

5) Ta-Nehisi Coates on Barry Goldwater and the Civil Rights Act.

By Washington Post editor  |  May 24, 2010; 6:21 PM ET
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If this isn't a progressive moment, then is it a conservative moment, like Reagan or 1994? Cuz I'm a conservative, and I don't see this "conservative ascendency" the pundits keep talking about.

Posted by: Kevin_Willis | May 25, 2010 7:45 AM | Report abuse

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