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The First Post-Middle-Class Election

The politics of downward mobility and racial diversity have eroded the center, pushing Democrats to the left and Republicans toward an authoritarian right.

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7 Out of 10 Americans Agree That Economy is Rigged Against Them

Recent poll finds 71 percent of Americans believe U.S. economy is rigged.

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Why Economists Are Coming Out in Favor of Unconditional Basic Income

Economist Guy Standing says the policy can reverse inequality.

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Understanding The Art Market

These videos to explain the art market.

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11 Platform Cooperatives Creating a Real Sharing Economy

As “death star platforms” such as Airbnb and Uber continue their pursuit of global domination, an alternative is rising in its wake.

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A Provocative Way to Finance the Fight Against Climate Change

Will we do whatever it takes to fight climate change?

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Into the World of Work

What do you need to know—about the new world of work, but also about yourself—as you graduate and launch yourself into the world of work?

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Superpublic: A New Space to Connect Public, Private and Nonprofit Sectors in San Francisco

Collaborative enterprise to address city’s pressing problems is first of its kind in the US.

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What’s Killing the American Middle Class?

It’s time to stop those forces in their tracks, take back our democracy, and create a middle class that’s more vibrant and inclusive than ever.

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A Tale of Two Zip Codes

What determines how long we live? Inequality—it even reduces the lifespan of our society’s “winners.”