The constant bipartisan talk of the “American Dream “ is entirely geared to preserving the material advantages of the country’s rich at the expense of its workers.
While the “end of history” may have been reached for social democracy in Europe, it hasn’t even begun to unfold its appeal and its political power in the United States.
How could a nation become the world’s second-fastest growing economy despite having a weak, flailing state?
How have today’s Europeans turned out to be the real practitioners of the American notion of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”?
What were the most intriguing books featured on The Globalist Bookshelf in 2011?
What are the biggest challenges confronting Latin America and the United States?
Will the globalized marketplace force reforms to the U.S. political system?