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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.
The public has paid for Musk’s vision. So why is the green economy still not here?
Stock buybacks are on the rise, and they are shortchanging workers and undermining our economy like never before.
The critique of identity politics ignores the role that neoliberalism and neoconservatism have played in creating our present situation.
The persistence of black poverty has become a permanent feature of U.S. democracy. We need an expanded political imagination to dismantle it.
Cities are increasingly being viewed as bastions of progressivism. But can they live up to the promise?
Forget retraining and compensation programs. History offers a better way forward.
Platforms have sold themselves as substitutes for welfare, but they have actually served as substitutes for traditional work—with the state forced to pick up the slack.
Taxation is at the heart of any serious economic growth policy.
From the GOP tax bill to the resurgence of neoliberal economics, there are plenty of reminders that we are living in one of the most unequal times in modern history.
Nixon’s embrace of “black capitalism” was a canny move that ultimately decimated the black community and turned the wealth gap into a wealth chasm.
As we heap scorn on neoliberalism, we risk throwing out some of its most useful ideas.
Beyond the symbolic crisis to the realities of Title IX implementation.
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