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Kathleen Geier

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Kathleen Geier

Kathleen Geier

Kathleen Geier is a writer and public policy researcher who lives in Chicago. She has written for The Washington Monthly, Salon, Reuters, and other publications. Find her on Twitter: @Kathy_Gee.


News and Features

Depending on whom you ask, Clinton is a triangulating pro-corporate Democrat or a heroic shatterer of glass ceilings—or both.


Does higher education in America offer young women a ticket to the middle class—or entrench class divisions that are only getting...
Other countries provide childcare and income supports for poor mothers; in the United States, we arrest them.
Reading the economist’s book through a feminist lens reveals the need for a richer array of anti-inequality policies.
In the final days of its last term, the Supreme Court handed down three rulings of major consequence for women. Our panelists discuss.
In The Curve’s second roundtable discussion, our contributors ask what legislative goals feminists can really achieve in Washington.
Whatever you think of Sheryl Sandberg, her book Lean In achieved one very important objective: it exposed the deep class divide within...
Thomas Piketty’s ambitious, lucid Capital in the Twenty-First Century explains the depth and scope of our inequality problem.
During a decade when economic inequality grew by leaps and bounds in the rest of the world, it declined significantly in Latin America.