It is only since the Reagan era and subsequently with Bush, Clinton, Bush, and now Obama, that we have forsaken tariffs and have been chanting the “free trade” mantra—to our own detriment and destruction. A protectionist approach, including tariffs, is what the USA needs so it can get back in...
We can -- indeed, I believe we must -- ignite a political movement to reorganize the economy for the benefit of the many, rather than for the lavish lifestyles of a precious few and their heirs.
Cooperative and government enterprises are not on the periphery of the economy but are a successful and growing component of it.
Official job market numbers obfuscate an important reality.
The world's largest private employer will likely continue to create massive backlash if it maintains its hunt for endless profit.
If the $26.7 billion in bonuses had instead gone to minimum wage workers, our economy would be expected to grow by about $32.3 billion
Broadly-shared prosperity isn’t just compatible with a healthy economy that benefits everyone — it’s essential to it.