Whichever mayor wins the Amazon lottery, the city will lose. Dean Baker writes.
Too often liberal candidates write off red states. But their policies could find a willing audience there. Ivy Brashear writes.
Not all women in the UK got the vote in 1918, nor can vote now. Women – particularly marginalized women – have often found their political strength in extra-parliamentary action.
Contrary to what the President might say, tax cuts for corporations have not led to investment in America, and low taxes have never led to growth. So why continue the ruse? Dean Baker writes.
Beware of the push to revitalize cities by ignoring the working class. Gar Alperovitz writes.