Jon Stewart Proves Corporations Are Not People, Once and for All
Hollywood Without the Happy Ending
The Economics of Wage Slavery
Reign of Error
Hope in the Age of Looming Authoritarianism
McDonald’s Advises Workers How Much to Tip Their Pool Boys and Au Pairs
Before Mandela Was a Hero, the Right Called Him a Terrorist
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California now struggles with fiscal and social disaster because of a 32-year-old initiative that makes raising revenues and passing budgets nearly impossible.
Many Americans believe, despite the current financial crisis, that Republicans are generally better at managing the economy. History tells a very different story.
The choices are stark, the consequences are momentous, writes a public policy professor at UC Berkeley, who argues that the November elections will be the most significant in a generation.
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