Tag Archives: Special Series: Global Governance — US Democracy

America’s $10 Billion Club

How many of the top 500 U.S. companies generated $10 billion or more in profits in 2012?

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The Old King is Dead. Long Live the King!

It’s time to realize that focusing on the horse race aspect of American presidential politics is precluding actual governance.

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The Day That Lives in Infamy: Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941

How did oil catalyze the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor?

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The U.S. Abandons the World’s Poor at the WTO

Does allowing India and other poor countries to help farmers and consumers really distort global markets?

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Secular Stagnation in the West?

Well, it is up to us!

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Questioning the Economic Benefits of Low Taxes

How do social choices shed a light on differences in tax policy in the United States and Europe?

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How the U.S. Replicates Its Moneyed Elite

Despite high achievement, low-income students don’t attend elite colleges.

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A Modest Proposal to Save Detroit

Why not create a national park in Detroit dedicated to unbridled free-market policies?

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The Problem With Billionaires

A different case for higher U.S. taxes on the ultra-rich.

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Climate Change as Terrorism Against the People

In view of the typhoon in the Philippines, has the United States misplaced its global priorities?

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