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We have surrendered the cherished value of “innocent until proven guilty” for the security logic that we are all “risky until proven safe.”
The left has not articulated an alternative trade agenda that supports all the world’s workers in a global economy.
Hwang Sok-yong’s new novel sounds a warning about the pitfalls of Korean reunification.
The philosopher Herbert Marcuse saw machines as our greatest hope for real liberty. But in Trump’s America, automation feels more totalitarian than ever.
Forget retraining and compensation programs. History offers a better way forward.
What the rise of megaplatforms means for the rest of us.
When it comes to globalization, slowing down is the best way forward.
The loss of jobs that accompanied globalization could have been avoided.
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Kevin P. Donovan, Emma Park
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