In one bold fell swoop, we could counteract the chronic regressivity of America’s state tax systems.
Research & Commentary
From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
No single event has made the United States the world’s most unequal developed nation. But few events have done more to hasten that outcome than a 1975 strike at the Washington Post.
Shouldn’t the returns from at least part of our national wealth go to all citizens and not just the already rich?
Slovenians live longer, healthier lives than Americans. They also live more equally.