An Equal Say And An Equal Chance For All

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The vast majority of contributions came from large donors this cycle

A new report from Demos and the National Council of La Raza

A proposal to lower the cost of college and end state disinvestment

An important case was allowed to move forward in Rhode Island

Heather McGhee's Senate testimony on the extent and impact of inequality

September 24, 2014

On PolicyShop, Matt Bruenig continues his series of analysis on the Federal Reserves recent Survey of Consumer Finances, this time...

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This week, and under the pressure of immigration advocates from around the country, President Obama announced his plans for an executive order aimed to alleviate the problems of our broken...
November 20, 2014 | Pamela Cataldo
Last year, the Daily Show hilariously lampooned the Goldman Sachs “merry-go-round of metal” in which the firm uses its ownership of the major Midwest aluminum warehouse (think auto manufacturing and...
November 20, 2014 | Wallace Turbeville
Besides perhaps Amartya Sen, Charles Mills is the most talented moral philosopher living today. A long time fan of his work, I was thrilled to see him (along with another favorite George Yancy) in...
November 20, 2014 | Matt Bruenig
I have been letting this Jonathan Gruber thing percolate for awhile because I wanted to see what people say. For those unaware, Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economist and architect of Obamacare, was...
November 19, 2014 | Matt Bruenig

Publications

Democracy has at its heart a basic promise: citizens have an equal voice in deciding who represents them. This promise went unfulfilled again in 2014. Large donors accounted for the vast majority of...
Policy Brief
Karen Shanton
Angels by the River follows James Gustave Speth’s unlikely path—from Southern boyhood to his career as an influential mainstream environmentalist to his current system-changing activism. In this...
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