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Review of “These Walls Between Us,” by Wendy Sanford

Chris Sturr , October 16, 2021
Review of: These Walls Between Us: A Memoir of Friendship Across Race and Class, by Wendy Sanford Review by Polly…

The Black-White Wage Gap: How Inequality and Monopoly Amplify Racial Discrimination

Polly Cleveland , July 19, 2021
By Polly Cleveland Following the police killing of George Floyd last year, Howard University professor William Spriggs wrote, “Is now…

Taxing More from the Rich Is Difficult. This Is How to Do It.

Polly Cleveland , March 16, 2021
By Polly Cleveland In the March 1 UK Prospect, economist James Galbraith offers the Brits, and us, two proposals to…

Polly Cleveland on Monopoly on The Analysis

Chris Sturr , December 2, 2020
D&S board member and frequent author Polly Cleveland was interviewed by Paul Jay of The Analysis (formerly of The Real News…

Review of Break ‘Em Up, by Zephyr Teachout

Polly Cleveland , September 18, 2020
Review of Break ‘Em Up by Zephyr Teachout By Polly Cleveland For over twelve years I backed up our three family…

Review of Thomas Frank’s “The People, No”

Polly Cleveland , July 29, 2020
By Polly Cleveland These days the major media fill with denunciations of populists. They are the ignorant people who rally…

Richard Vague on Credit Expansion and Land Speculation

Polly Cleveland , May 26, 2020
Frequent D&S author Polly Cleveland interviewed Richard Vague last week (more info here and here); here is the video of…

Review of Matthew Desmond’s Evicted

Polly Cleveland , May 2, 2020
By Polly Cleveland Matthew Desmond’s Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City gives us a dramatic closeup of life…

Review of Strong Towns

Polly Cleveland , January 22, 2020
Strong Towns: A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity by Charles L. Marohn, Jr Review by Polly Cleveland Along with…

The Big Bean Bubble

Polly Cleveland , July 21, 2019
By Polly Cleveland In my last post, I wrote how, in A Brief History of Doom, Richard Vague shows how…

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