This is by no means a comprehensive reading list. It should, however, give the reader a good base from which to start understanding Progressive Republicanism.
Order of Battle, by Senator Jacob Javits
Traces the historical trajectory of the national-interest tradition in American politics, with proposals for updating it for the 1960s.
Rule and Ruin, by Geoffrey Kabaservice
Explores the pitched battles between progressives, moderates, and the ascendant conservatives in the Republican Party from the 1950s through the present day.
Where the Right Went Wrong, by E.J. Dionne
Analyzes the rise of the conservative right in the Republican Party in broad historical-intellectual strokes.
Up From Conservatism, by Michael Lind
Examines the contradictions and utopianisms of modern conservative thought and policy, and explores the possible alternatives for a thoughtful conservatism.
ARTICLES AND ESSAYS:
The Role of Uncle Sam, by David Brooks
Traces the developmentalist tradition through American history, and looks at the excesses of progressive developmentalists in the Democratic Party throughout the 20th Century.
The Neocons are Responsible for Trumpism, by Michael Lind
Personal account of the excesses and contradictions of movement conservatism, in light of the Trump movement.
A Call to Excellence in Leadership, by The Ripon Society
Manifesto of the Progressive Republicans of the old Ripon Society, issued amidst the tumult of the 1960s.
Rockefeller Republican Redemption, by Luke Phillips
A look at the infrastructure Rockefeller Republicans would need to become relevant again in the 21st Century.