Inequality

Is “Middle-Out” Biden’s New Deal?

Bidenomics is the biggest shift in U.S. economic policy since Roosevelt and Reagan; how rebuilding the middle class will transform our economy and politics.

By Nick Hanauer Eric Beinhocker

Ending Corporate America’s Coercive Contracts

Our existing contractual legal regime allows corporations to further exploit their power over workers and consumers. But public policy can, and should, change that.

By Daniel A. Hanley

COVID's Forsaken Fighters

In a society where poor health is seen as a matter of personal responsibility, not the common good, the death of people with underlying health issues is sadly normalized.

By Sophia Crabbe-Field

Strengthening Accountability for Discrimination

Tools that empower workers to stand up and confront civil rights violations in their workplaces do exist. Let’s use them.

By Jane Liu

'The U.S. Government Has to Take Back Control'

Public Citizen's Zain Rizvi tells Democracy how we let a handful of pharmaceutical companies turn the people's vaccine into the rich people's vaccine during a once-in-a-century public health crisis—and how we can turn things around.

By Zain Rizvi