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Tag Archives: Robert Reich
Paul Krugman’s Critique of Bernie Sanders
I want to pass on a couple of Paul Krugman’s recent blog posts. They are critical of Bernie Sanders. Paul Krugman is a notorious liberal economist who won a Nobel Prize. He is an influential voice on the Left. Weakened … Continue reading
Movie Write-Up: Inequality for All
I watched the Robert Reich documentary, Inequality for All, a couple of nights ago. In this documentary, Robert Reich was arguing that the decline of the middle class in the United States is not good for the economy or society. … Continue reading
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How Should Leftists Respond to the Economy under President Obama?
I was reading a Forbes article yesterday: Economically, Could Obama Be America’s Best President? The Dow has been doing very well lately, and some have argued that this has contributed to a growth in federal revenue that has helped to … Continue reading
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Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short 4: At What Price?
I finished Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short: Essentials for a Decent Working Society. Reich had a profound chapter on feminism, as he talked about his wife being denied tenure, how women are not always listened to in male-dominated sayings, ways … Continue reading
Posted in Economics, Environment, Political Philosophy, Politics, Regulation Tagged business, education, Feminism, Humanities, Regulation, Robert Reich, science, Tenure Comments Off on Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short 4: At What Price?
Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short 2: Solutions and Counter-productive Consequences
In my latest reading of I’ll Be Short: Essentials for a Decent Working Society, Robert Reich essentially addresses the issue of whether doing the right thing would have counter-productive consequences for businesses and workers. You hear from a number of … Continue reading
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Robert Reich’s I’ll Be Short 1
I started Robert Reich’s 2002 book, I’ll Be Short: Essentials for a Decent Working Society. This book was published in the year that Reich was running for Governor of Massachusetts, as a Democrat. But Reich did not gain the Democratic … Continue reading
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