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The Most Pragmatic Way to Fix American Democracy

The real choice isn’t “pragmatism” or “idealism.”

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How Listia Grew from a Pair of Snowboard Boots to 100 Million Shared Goods

“We’re trying to add all the different, non-monetary motivators to help people declutter their lives a bit and get value for their stuff.”

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Who Lost the White Working Class?

Why did the white working class abandon the Democrats?

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New Extreme in Inequality Crisis: 62 People Now Own as Much as Poorest Half

Global one percent of wealth holders now own more than the rest of the world combined.

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How to Tame Your Robot: The Body as Canvas for Design & Fabrication

Working directly with the human body as a canvas for design and fabrication.

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The Big Short and Bernie’s Plan to Bust Up Wall Street

To paraphrase philosopher George Santayana, those who cannot remember they were screwed by Wall Street are condemned to be screwed again.

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On a National Scale, Procreation Isn’t Optional: So Why Don’t We Have Paid Family Leave?

What percentage of working women in America do you think have no access to paid maternity leave?

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At Stake in 2016: Ending Vicious Cycle of Wealth and Power

As reformers of the Progressive Era understood more than a century ago, no single president or any other politician can accomplish what’s needed.

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Rotten Apples or Rotten Systems?

Shkreli may be a rotten apple. But hedge funds and the pharmaceutical industry are two rotten systems that are costing Americans a bundle.

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Call to Claim the Sky as Common Good Intensifies

“The global atmosphere is certainly one of our major common assets and should be held in trust and protected from harm for current and future generations.”