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Economy

Economy news and analysis from The Nation

  • February 9, 2006

    Who Killed the Miners?

    Recent mining disasters demonstrate that the Bush Administration should be called to account for replacing federal mine regulators, who were identifying hazards and meeting requirements, with industry-friendly stand-ins.

    Erik Reece

  • February 8, 2006

    Reversing ‘Right to Work’

    Labor activists in Idaho hope to repeal repressive "Right To Work" laws and educate a new generation on the history of labor struggles.

    Sasha Abramsky

  • February 8, 2006

    Pension? What Pension?

    The stampede is on in corporate America to freeze or pare back pension benefits. And that will leave most of us out in the cold.

    Nicholas von Hoffman

  • February 2, 2006

    A Warning Bell

    Democrats can capitalize on the current economic stall and gain control of Congress with a return to bedrock principles: creating jobs, restoring incomes and rescuing families from debt.

    William Greider

  • February 1, 2006

    The End of the Internet?

    Telephone and cable companies are crafting strategies to transform the free and open Internet to a privately run service that would charge a fee for virtually everything we do online. Can we stop them?

    Jeffrey Chester

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  • February 1, 2006

    Enron’s Enablers

    As the Enron trial unfolds, it's depressing that Phil and Wendy Gramm, the company's political enablers, are going unpunished and uncriticized.

    Robert Scheer

  • January 31, 2006

    Credit Crunch

    New federal guidelines for banks and credit card companies that boost minimum monthly payments have wreaked havoc on American families struggling to pay their bills and avoid bankruptcy.

    Mark Winston Griffith

  • January 26, 2006

    The Party of Davos

    American business elites in Davos for the World Economic Forum are far more interested in global markets and corporate investors than they are in ordinary Americans' needs.

    Jeff Faux

  • January 26, 2006

    Nick Kristof’s Brothel Problem

    Nicholas Kristof produces a steady stream of titillating reports on child prostitution in the Third World. Better to focus on draconian economic reforms driven by the World Bank that create the conditions for prostitution.

    Alexander Cockburn

  • January 21, 2006

    Cesar’s Ghost

    Cesar, who was always good at symbols, saved his best for last: a simple pine box, fashioned by his brother's hands, carried unceremoniously through the Central Valley town he made famous.

    Frank Bardacke

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