Vol. 47 Nbr. 11-12, November - November 2015
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- America's forgotten formula for economic equality.
- Tilting at windmills.
- Talk of the toons.
- The second racial wealth gap.
- Confessions of a paywall journalist.
- Rethinking the think tank: why Washington's stuffiest institutions need to reconnect with America.
- Bloom and bust.
- Why Denver, Nashville, and Boston are booming.
- One-party fate.
- The invisible scam: what if corporate deceptions, like Volkswagen's rigged emissions testing, are not aberrations from, but consequences of, the free market system?
- Federal Reserved: with a still-weak economy seven years after the 2008 crisis, it's worth thinking about whether we might be stuck with a twentieth-century central bank in a twenty-first-century world.
- First we take Manhattan.
- Drive by: how companies like Uber work around regulations, avoid paying taxes, and shaft their workers.
- A game plan that should not die: what today's Democrats can learn from Ted Kennedy's maneuvering his way through and around a Republican Congress.
- Secrets of the chamber: the U.S. Chamber of Commerce exaggerates the dangers of government action to its corporate paymasters and gets paid handsomely, whether it wins or not.
- The revolution will not be organized: the story of Lafayette reminds us that the United States has always been borderline dysfunctional.