Topic: Inequality

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‘It only needs all’: re-reading Dialectic of Enlightenment at 70

Seventy years ago, Querido Verlag published a densely written book that has become a key title of modern social ph...   [ continue reading...]

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The religion of property is to blame for the deaths of those at Grenfell

Politicians have been playing Monopoly with people's lives, and Grenfell is the tragic result. ...   [ continue reading...]

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Have we reached the end of international development?

As Trump’s administration looks set to slash the budget of USAID and May’s Conservative party debate t...   [ continue reading...]

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What is Kuznets curve Economics?

A curve used to demonstrate the hypothesis that economic growth initially leads to greater inequality, followed later by the reduction of inequality. The idea w...   [ continue reading...]

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An Attack on Net Neutrality Is an Attack on Free Speech

Several US senators spoke out this week on the importance of net neutrality to innovation and free speech. They are right. The Internet has become our public sq...   [ continue reading...]

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The Wealthiest Americans Keep Making Money While Inequality Grows

Disposable Americans shows the impact of extreme capitalism on children; on the poor and the sick and the elderly; on people of color; on women; on workers, esp...   [ continue reading...]

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London Fire Fuels Movement to Challenge Inequality in UK

Just hours after a 24-story London apartment building went up in flames on June 14, Faiza Shaheen appeared on Britain’s Sky TV to connect the dots between...   [ continue reading...]

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The London Fire Is Fueling the Movement to Take on Inequality in the UK

Building on the momentum of the recent election, activists are demanding justice for Grenfell Tower fire victims as part of a broader agenda to narrow economic...   [ continue reading...]

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Myths of Globalization: Noam Chomsky and Ha-Joon Chang in Conversation

Noam Chomsky. (Photo: Jeanbaptisteparis) Income inequality is not caused by globalization itself but rather by economic policies that, since the 1980s, have in...   [ continue reading...]

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"Britain’s Surprising Election: Austerity And Inequality Make For Angry And Unpredictable Voters" by Jonathan Hopkin

After the Brexit vote in June 2016 was followed by the unexpected victory of Donald Trump in November, an emerging theme amongst the commentariat was that the c...   [ continue reading...]

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London Fire Fuels Movement to Tackle Inequality in Britain

Just hours after a 24-story London apartment building went up in flames on June 14, Faiza Shaheen appeared on Britain's Sky TV to connect the dots betwe...   [ continue reading...]

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Agents of Inequality: How Wealth Managers to the Super-Rich Undermine Society and What We Can Do About It

Chuck Collins An expert on their secretive world explains how these shadowy practitioners of financial trickery help facilitate widespread tax evasion—an...   [ continue reading...]

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Defeating the Senate’s Trumpcare Bill Is a Life-or-Death Fight

Since election night 2016, the streets of the U.S. have rung with resistance. People all over the country have woken up with the conviction that they must do so...   [ continue reading...]

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The Age of Corbyn 2: Inferno

Elated by the upset of Theresa May’s authoritarian election plans, I began what I intended to be a quick series of short posts on the Age of Corbyn. The f...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump’s Cuba policy ‘doomed to fail’

Thursday, June 22, 2017The Cuban government issued a statement on June 16 in response to US President Donald Trump’s announced change of policy toward the...   [ continue reading...]

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Democrats Have a Bigger Problem Than Jill Stein

  Jill Stein at a Green Party town hall meeting in Arizona in 2016. (Gage Skidmore / CC 2.0) Jill Stein is back in the spotlight. In the past few w...   [ continue reading...]

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Nevada Organizers Hold Senator's Feet to the Fire on Health Care

The reality of the 1% is that they are there off the backs of labor. So, as working people in one of the wealthiest countries, we shouldn't be crowdfunding our...   [ continue reading...]

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"The Case For An Investment State" by David Stoesz

The case for an Investment State rests with three propositions: The first is the diminishing credibility of the Welfare State. Flourishing mid-20th century, it...   [ continue reading...]

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Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay: Examining Britain’s Populist Revolt

There was once, apparently, a golden age of unity and consensus in British society. It corresponded—roughly and fancifully—to the heyday of the Empi...   [ continue reading...]

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Shutting Out the Public from the Senate Healthcare Bill Isn’t Just Antidemocratic: It’s Deadly.

A secretive Senate working group is closing in on a bill to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system by gutting Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With Repu...   [ continue reading...]

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