"The Wealth of Nations" takes a dim view of concerted action by workers, but if the author stepped into a 21st-century fast-food joint you might get him…
To put it another way: When did we decide the only U.S. export that matters is the almighty dollar?
The last thing we need is for others to adopt its dialect.
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The former Texas senator says U.S. incomes are becoming more equal. The audacity is magnificent. But evidence and logic fail him.
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Former Trump White House aide Stephen Miller makes his living these days filing culture-war lawsuits. He is not a lawyer.
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You thought this was a labor story. Actually it's a story about saving the planet by saving the railroads before financiers pick them clean.
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If he had to govern who would keep track of all that fabulous capital?
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Unlike that joke about being dead, Keynes really did say we would all eventually be rich enough that we wouldn't have to work. Keynes predicted that…
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Judge Cannon is out of control, but Kenneth Feinberg's 9/11 gig had already led to a proliferation of special masters to perform duties more appropriate…
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Marty Walsh is disengaged from regulatory policymaking, and he spends twice as much time in Boston as he does in Washington. That needs to change.
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It's good politics and good "middle out" economic policy, so quit complaining.
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Also: Can Ohio Senate candidate Tim Ryan reconnect the Democrats to the working class?
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