The president’s trade wars are creating a scenario similar to 2016.
By Shawn Donnan
The moment usually comes during Greg Petras’s commute through the rolling hills and cornfields of southern Wisconsin. Somewhere between his home near Madison and the factory
On The Media WNYC
Friday, August 30, 2019
The lion’s share of our transit-oriented program this week has centered on the personal car and its infrastructure. This is no accident. The car speeds, stalls, thrills and
The Henry George Foundation presents a thoughtful exploration of the connections between economic justice and the environment.
About this Event
Continuing the Foundation’s dialogue with the most pressing contemporary issues, the speakers will reflect on the need to create sustainable
Housing insecurity in the nation’s richest cities is far worse than government statistics claim. Just ask the Goodmans.
By Brian Goldstone
August 21, 2019
Photographs by Sheila Pree Bright for The New Republic
Last August, Cokethia Goodman returned home from
“Wealth work” is one of America’s fastest-growing industries.
That’s not entirely a good thing.
Aug 12, 2019
Derek Thompson, Staff writer at The Atlantic
In an age of persistently high inequality, work in high-cost metros catering to the whims