Category: Class

Emilio Godoy: Inequality in Mexico Is All About Wages

“What better social policy could there be than one that directly tackles the distribution of income?”

Ben Dangl: Who Rules the World?

With a $4 billion price tag, the recent US midterm election was the most expensive in the country’s history

Jon Queally: Study: More Homeless Children Now Than Any Point in US History

A new report on child homelessness in America finds that 2.5 million children experience homelessness annually

Laura Gottesdiener: Two Detroits, Separate and Unequal

A Journey Across a City Divided

Ari Paul: Serve the People

Homelessness isn’t an accident. It’s the result of a brutal economic system and conscious state policy

Joe Emersberger: Assessing Russell Brand’s Revolution

Brand has been taken to task for not voting, but he advocates giving citizens many more opportunities to vote directly on issues

Pete Dolack: Forward to the Past

Next stop, the 19th Century

Nikos Raptis: The Arrogance of the “Great”

It is pathetic to observe the arrogance of the people, also known as the world elites, who think that they own the planet and do whatever they wish because they own the gun

Vijay Prashad: Making Poverty History

To end global poverty, we have to end global capitalism

Alyssa Figueroa: How San Francisco Won the Strongest Minimum Wage in the Country

The union is still working on raising the minimum wage in other areas of the state

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