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Far from a marginal outsider, a new biography contends, Thorstein Veblen was the most important economic thinker of the Gilded Age.
New Directions for Campaign Finance Reform
David Donnelly, Janice Fine, Ellen S. Miller
Income inequality has skyrocketed. What can policy do about it?
Richard B. Freeman
In 1995, Forbes magazine counted a record 129 American billionaires. Though the super-salaries of
Globalization and the Fight over Labor Standards
Alice H. Amsden
A response to Noam Chomsky.
Reverend Eugene Rivers
A Talk with Harold Bloom
Harold Bloom, Ellen Spirer
The politics of black education, 1780-1980.
The most extraordinary teacher of poetry I ever encountered.
A gimmick-free plan for long-term solvency.
Peter A. Diamond, Peter R. Orszag
Vital reading on politics, literature, and more in your inbox
William Callison, Quinn Slobodian
Charles Sabel, David G. Victor
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