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Wealth and Income Inequality

Tax Justice. Banking Reform. The New Economy. Jobs and Austerity. The Old Economy. Occupy Economics. NAF-The_Way_Forward-Alpert_Hockett_Roubini. Contract for the American Dream. The Institute » New Deal 2.0. Next New Deal is the blog of the Roosevelt Institute, featuring unique insight and sharp analysis aimed at reanimating progressive thought.

The Institute » New Deal 2.0

We discuss the top headlines and the important but underreported stories, all the while starting conversations that will frame the debates to come and drive lasting change. Designed for the well-informed reader, we bring together a wide range of established experts and emerging leaders from across the Institute's program areas and beyond to explore the questions at the heart of today's most critical debates and find policy solutions grounded in the legacy and values of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Theory & Event - What Is To Be Done? In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Occupy Wall Street, or better described, the 99% movement, represents a delayed reaction to the political economy of inequality, crisis, military adventurism, and corporate authoritarianism of the last 30 years.

Theory & Event - What Is To Be Done?

It carries the potential to energize the democratic left, to pull Obama and Blue Dog Democrats toward the left, to mobilize local energies, and to awaken a yet larger section of the American populace. Anvil Business Club - Creative Destruction. The first Standard and Poor's index of 90 major US companies was created in the 1920s.

Anvil Business Club - Creative Destruction

The companies on that original list stayed there for an average of 65 years. By 1998, the average anticipated tenure of a company on the expanded S&P 500 was 10 years. Last year alone, the folks at Dow Jones Inc. delisted three companies from the Industrial Average – AT&T, Eastman Kodak and International Paper. If history is a guide, over the next quarter century no more than a third of today's major corporations will survive in an economically important way. So conclude Richard Foster and Sarah Kaplan in the best-selling Creative Destruction: Why Companies That Are Built To Last Underperform the Market -- and How to Successfully Transform Them.

Want a Better Economy? History Says Vote Democrat! What Kind of Economy? About the Author James K.

What Kind of Economy?

Galbraith is author of The Predator State: How Conservatives Abandoned the Free Market and Why Liberals Should... Chomsky on Socialism.

Housing and Foreclosures