Last year's tax cut legislation was a barely-cloaked present to the same financiers who crashed the world economy in 2008.
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From academics to activists, thoughtful people worldwide are focusing their attention on economic inequality as never before.
Political organizations hide their pro-finance politics under the cloak of bipartisanship while they rake in funding from corporate interests.
A Trump administration plan could mean reduced service and higher postage for at least half of all ZIP codes.
Socioeconomic rights enshrined internationally in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 70 years ago are increasingly animating U.S. campaigns against inequality.
Societies have tended to polarize between creditors and debtors since ancient times, but this tendency can and must be reversed.
To be truly transformational, any bold green jobs proposal must be rooted in the right to organize.