Inequality

Digital Capitalism’s War on Leisure

Market forces are invading the space for leisure. Defending it will require nothing less than a return to robust twentieth-century social democracy.

By Stuart Whatley

It's Not As Bad As All That

Humans have made more progress in the past 100 years than in all of history before. What does this tell us?

By Charles Kenny

The Real Takers

No, it’s not people on welfare. It’s the wealthy rent-seekers who profit from unjust government policy.

By James Crabtree

Taxing for Equitable Growth

Democrats' hands may be tied at the moment when it comes to tax reform. But when the time comes, here are the three areas progressives must focus on.

By Heather Boushey Greg Leiserson

Stockton's Awesome Public Experiment

Stockton will soon begin a pilot project, experimenting with a universal basic income. But could this be the beginning of something bigger?

By Jeff Spross