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September/October 2022 Issue

September/October 2022 Issue

Chris Sturr , September 17, 2022
Our September/October 2022 issue is at the printers and will go out to e-subscriber soon. (Not a subscriber? You can get a print or e-subscription here.) Here is the p. 2 editors’ note for the issue: The Power Behind the Machines The large robots holding clocks in the illustrations for…
July/August 2022 Issue

July/August 2022 Issue

Chris Sturr , July 30, 2022
Our July/August 2022 issue is at the printers and e-subscribers have been sent their digital copies. (Not a subscriber? You can subscribe now here!) Here is the p. 2 editors’ note for the issue: Inflation Blame Game In this issue’s cover story, John Miller tackles the multiple factors that have…
Debt Relief for Whom? Part II

Debt Relief for Whom? Part II

Polly Cleveland , June 11, 2022
Polly Cleveland Two new books address debt from opposite ends of the financial scale. In Part I, The Case for A Debt Jubilee in the United States, Richard Vague proposes a practical way to forgive crushing middle class debt. In Part II, The Lords of Easy Money, Christopher Leonard traces…
Debt Relief for Whom?

Debt Relief for Whom?

Polly Cleveland , June 1, 2022
Polly Cleveland Two new books address debt from opposite ends of the financial scale. In The Case for a Debt Jubilee in the United States, Richard Vague proposes a practical way to forgive crushing middle class debt. In The Lords of Easy Money, Christopher Leonard traces How the Federal Reserve…

2022 Annual Labor Issue

Chris Sturr , May 25, 2022
Our May/June 2022 issue–our Annual Labor Issue–is at the printers, and we’ll send the pdf out to e-subscribers tomorrow. Print subscribers should get their copies in a couple of weeks. (Not a subscriber? You can subscribe online here.) The issue’s cover story, “Shut Up and Work: ‘Free’ Labor and Unequal…

The Last Tour Guide to Leave Cuba

Polly Cleveland , April 16, 2022
By Polly Cleveland Mike in hand, our tour guide stands at the front of the bus. “This will be my last tour,” she announces. “I am not the same person I was six years ago. Then I was hopeful. There was so much work I didn’t have time for a…

New Issue!

Chris Sturr , March 31, 2022
Our March/April 2022 issue is at the printers and the digital version is poised to be sent to e-subscribers. We posted John Miller’s cover story, “The New Tools of the Fed”, yesterday, and Bob Pollin’s comment, “Solving the Climate Crisis with Nuclear Energy Won’t Work”, a few days ago. Here…

Ukraine: What Will Be Done and What Should Be Done?

Thomas Palley , February 26, 2022
By Thomas Palley Reposted from the author’s blog, Economics for Democratic and Open Societies. The inevitable has happened. Russia has invaded Ukraine. It was inevitable because the US and its NATO partners had backed Russia into a corner from which it could only escape by military means. In effect, Russia…

Asking the Right Questions about the Robinhood/GameStop Meme-Stock Mania

John Summa , February 16, 2022
By John Summa Reposted from the author’s blog, Dead End Economics. In The Great Crash: 1929, John Kenneth Galbraith describes one of the defining characteristics of stock market manias as obsessive attention to stocks with the euphoric belief of making easy money on share prices rising. This recurrent obsession he later…

Our Latest Issue

Chris Sturr , February 12, 2022
Our very-late January/February issue is finally at the printers (and about to be sent to e-subscribers). Yesterday we posted the lead feature, by economist John Summa, The Lure of “Democratizing” Finance. Find the table of contents here. And here is the p. 2 editorial note: Finance and Class In a…

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