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Finance news and analysis from The Nation
September 22, 2022
No, America Doesn’t Actually Need “Sacrifice Zones”
Their suffering is not for the greater good.
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis
September 15, 2022
The Federal Reserve Attacks American Workers
Notes from Inflation Economics 101.
September 15, 2022
An Inflated Pentagon Budget Is Not in the Country’s Best Interest
Scamming the taxpayer has become a way of life for the national security state.
William D. Hartung
September 7, 2022
Colleges Are in Debt, but Students Pay for It
Cuts to public funding have passed universities’ financial burden on to students through rising tuition and fees. Should President Biden cancel campus debt too?
September 6, 2022
Meet Liz Truss, Britain’s New Conservative Prime Minister
With the Labour Party tacking toward the center, the role of actually opposing this new Thatcher wannabe has fallen on an increasingly militant, confident, articulate, and strategic union movement.
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August 29, 2022
Biden’s Debt Relief Is Actually a Victory for Left Organizing
The former “senator from MBNA” didn’t deliver student debt relief out of the goodness of his heart—but in response to a long, well-organized campaign.
August 22, 2022
Balkan Dispatch: Bulgaria’s Crisis of Confidence
Caught between a Russian past and a NATO future, the poorest country in the EU faces a political crisis—and a struggle over competing visions of national pride.
August 10, 2022
The OAS Admits Culpability in the Destruction of Haiti
The tragedy is that given the condition in which international rule has left the country, Haiti simply cannot solve its problems alone.
August 3, 2022
Public Pension Funds—the Next Battleground for Human Rights
As the fight in Oregon to divest from the Israeli manufacturer of Pegasus spyware shows, pension funds can use tools like proxy votes and responsible contractor policies to hold private equity firms accountable.
July 13, 2022
This Doesn’t Have to Hurt: An Argument Against BDSM Economics
Inflicting pain on workers to fix inflation isn’t just unfair. It’s stupid, ineffective, and completely unnecessary.