• Whatever Happened to Moral Capitalism?

    by Michael Kazin

    Let one loyal, if anxious, Democrat offer a solution: “moral capitalism,” a system that, in the words of Congressman Joe Kennedy III of Massachusetts, would be “judged not by how much it produces, but how broadly it empowers, backed by a government unafraid to set the conditions for fair and just markets.”

  • Is Economics Going Back To The 1800s? Maybe So.

    by Simon Constable

    Economics historian Robert Wright says three long-discredited ideas  –  Tariffs, the Gold Standard, and Slavery as an engine of economic development  –  are now back in fashion (to a certain extent).

  • Pink-Collar Pain and Our New President

    by Katherine Turk

    American women should spotlight shared concerns and demand that Trump do much more for laborers than search for the blue collar jobs that were more likely automated than exported.