This is a fascinating set of insight from which we can learn but there is one problem: it will never happen. Piketty is now a socialist, but does he mean social democrat.
One cannot compete with celebrities who aren’t revolutionary and never discuss how anything is going to happen.
I inset our theme on The Last Revolution which shows one way to touch all bases in a massive complexity of a postcapitalist shift…
Like so many of us these days, all three of these journalists are ultimately searching for the sources of the pickle we’re in. How could this country
For two decades after World War II, incomes grew at a rate close to the U.S. economy-wide growth rate. Anemic growth from 1969 to 1974 kept inequality in check. But since then, the benefits of growth have not been evenly distributed. Racial and gender inequality is also manifested in income inequality.
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