Jay Newton-Small’s latest for TIME. If it seems like the structures that enable sexism are exploding, that’s because they scientifically are, according to the theory of critical mass. When women reached 20% in the Senate, they went after the Pentagon to reform the military’s sexual-assault protocol. When they reached 25% of Hollywood producers, they took… Read more »
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Jay Newton-Small has published the piece, “My Mother’s Quiet Burden Was My Father’s Fading Mind.” If my mother’s death had been the quickest possible, my father’s was the slowest. Once he moved to my house, I quickly realized what my mother had been talking about. He shadowed my every move, often believing that I was… Read more »
Jay Newton Small has published a new piece for VICE ahead of a special program airing tonight on HBO, “A House Divided.” When people have asked me what it’s like to cover Congress, I used to recount a story from July 2006. Republicans were in the waning weeks of the last time they controlled both… Read more »
At TIME, Jay Newton-Small explains out the possibility. President Hillary Clinton? President Donald Trump? The choice might not be so simple. There is still a path—albeit an implausible and narrow one—for an alternative: President Joe Biden. Biden ruled out running for president last year, of course. But if Clinton and Trump were to tie in the Electoral… Read more »
Watch Jay Newton-Small discuss here new book, Broad Influence, at the Commonwealth Club of California (above) and the University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics.
Watch Jay Newton-Small discuss the role that gender plays in the presidential election on Matter of Fact.
In addition to Jay Newton-Small’s exclusive, TIME has published two excerpts from her book Broad Influence How Women Are Changing the Way America Works, here and here. We talked about how she’s running differently this time around as a female candidate than in 2008, how she’d govern differently as a woman, her female political role… Read more »