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Contemporary economics is finally breaking free from its market fetishism, offering plenty of tools we can use to make society more inclusive.
Suresh Naidu, Dani Rodrik, Gabriel Zucman
In the 1990s, Puerto Rico showed Washington how militarized policing and privatization can extract profits from poor people of color.
When philosophy tries to reclaim Marx, the duty to interpret comes before the duty to change.
The Supreme Court’s Masterpiece Cakeshop ruling continues a terrible trend of valuing businesses more than employees and customers.
Lawrence B. Glickman
In the neoliberal project, state power is needed to enforce market relations. But because democratic politics can demand broader economic planning, the site of that power must be hidden from politics.
J. W. Mason
To understand why Europe seems more balkanized now than ever, we must look to Eastern Europe's failed reconstruction.
The critique of identity politics ignores the role that neoliberalism and neoconservatism have played in creating our present situation.
America loves pitting black intellectuals against each other, but today's activists need both Coates and West.
Robin D. G. Kelley
The modes of perception and living that we attribute to Instagram are rooted in a much older aesthetic of the picturesque.
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.
Nancy MacLean’s new book has set off a heated debate. But strong claims require strong evidence, and mistakes could mislead liberals and the left.
Henry Farrell, Steven M. Teles
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Andrew J. Bacevich, Rajan Menon
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