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Top Eleven D&S Graphs of 2016
From Sanders’ proposals to global private equity to stock buybacks, the best graphs (and scariest data) of 2016. With a nod to Nigel Tufnel, we’re cranking it up to eleven! Read more »
Rosa Luxemburg and the Growth of the Labor Movement
On the 97th anniversary of her death, an account of the importance of Luxemburg’s ideas for labor organizing. | Read more »
Debt and Development
If debt is a “trap” for developing countries, is there any way around it? | Read more »
Thirty Years of Farm Aid
Reflections on Farm Aid by insiders as the organization supporting family farms celebrates its 30th anniversary. | Read more »
How a Progressive Tax System Made Detroit a Powerhouse (and Could Again)
During the city’s heyday from the 1890s through the 1940s, mayors and other civic leaders embraced the principles espoused by American economist Henry George, raising revenue through property taxes, rather than income or sales taxes. Read more »
Banking on the Public
Going Postal, North Dakota, and other finance alternatives: A report-back from Public Banking 2013: Funding the New Economy. Read more »
Taxing Cash Hoarders
Nonfinancial corporations are stockpiling enormous sums of cash. A tax on this idle cash that would light a fire under corporations to invest it now. Read more »
Jobs, Deficits, and the Misguided Squabble over the Debt Ceiling.
Why the absurd squabble over the debt ceiling was distracting, destructive, and almost entirely beside the point. Read more »
Local Activism against Wal-Mart
Corporate Power, Wal-Mart and the Undermining of the Democratic Process
Is the Wal-Mart Way the American Way?
Why Is the Government Buying Long-Term Bonds?
Questions and Answers on the Fed’s “QE2” program. Read more »
Earlier web-only articles, mostly on the financial crisis, dating back to December 2007.