New Vision Institute for Policy and Progress

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New Vision Institute for Policy and Progress is a national network of young as well as established scholars who encourage progressive public policy. The network works on institution-building, generating strong bonds between progressive academics and intellectuals and progressive politicians and policy-makers.[1]

It is made up of a team of approximately 20 doctoral students and professors at Harvard, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Michigan, and the University of California.[2]

Soros connection

On November 29, 2006 Open Society Institute held a roundtable discussion entitled "How Do Progressives Connect Ideas to Action?"

Individuals and organizations with similarly progressive goals often dilute their power by working alone or even working at cross-purposes. As Americans who are politically left of center move forward, questions of infrastructure, communication, and collaboration are particularly important.

Participants included several key leaders of the "progressive" movement:[3]

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