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What the rise of megaplatforms means for the rest of us.
Can Angela Merkel circumvent Trump to build a multipolar alliance on climate change?
When it comes to globalization, slowing down is the best way forward.
Trump's infrastructure proposal is more propaganda than plan.
Max B. Sawicky
The American Health Care Act has a long history that returns us to the New Deal and its critics.
Lawrence B. Glickman
Tech billionaires love to declare the death of liberal arts, but could they instead be the future of Silicon Valley?
Building a national identity may require offering special accomodations to diverse groups, including those we don't agree with.
Rogers M. Smith
How neoliberals and conservatives came together to undo the welfare state.
Polanyi gave us a vital counterpoint to the hegemony of political economics. But how far can he take us?
Focusing on the top 1 percent is a mistake. The real class divide is between the upper middle class and the rest of America.
Richard V. Reeves
Trump's policies spell disaster for economic equality. And the worst is yet to come.
Unions are being strangled by laws that block workers from organizing, striking, and acting in solidarity. Becoming a rights-based movement is the only way to save labor.
James Gray Pope, Ed Bruno, Peter Kellman
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Robin D. G. Kelley
Michael Patrick Lynch
Alex de Waal
Jedediah Britton-Purdy, Amy Kapczynski, David Singh Grewal
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