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Articles in class & inequality tagged with history
Conservatives have long been sounding the alarm about “undeserving” people receiving public assistance.
In his sweeping new history, the economist systematically demolishes the conceit that extreme inequality is our destiny, rather than our choice.
The Apple Carnegie Library embodies recent developments in philanthropy that should trouble us: the uncritical valorization of philanthro-capitalism and the privatization of public goods and public spaces.