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Why is the U.S. unwilling to pay for good public transportation?

Why is the U.S. unwilling to pay for good public transportation?

COMMENT: Public policy professor John Rennie Short investigates how urban public transport got to be in such bad shape in the United States, and asks if millennials can help turn it around. Officials in Washington, D.C. recently said they ... Rail, 2 weeks ago

Social Balance in Manitoba

In 1958, Ontario born, Harvard University Professor, John Kenneth Galbraith published The Affluent Society. Galbraith used the term social balance to describe the inter relationship between private wealth and the public infrastructure—like ...
 Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives1 month ago Social Balance in Mantioba  Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives1 month ago

Half-Earth: Our Planet's Fight for Life, by Edward O....

Edward O. Wilson Edward O. Wilson Edward O. Wilson, the prolific Harvard professor emeritus, has made a career of elevating biology to the realm of public discourse. His dozens of books have introduced the nation to the peculiar habits of ...
 San Francisco Chronicle.com1 month ago
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Who is Elena Ferrante?

Literary circles the world over are agog over one question these days, " " Some things about Ferrante we know that it's the pen name of an Italian writer whose latest book, The Story of the Lost Child , has been short-listed for the Man ...
 DNA India40 minutes ago

Why we make mistakes with money

Money, the truth is, is never enough for us to satisfy all our needs at a go. This is confirmed in many ways by early observers of human behaviour, who observed, and quite aptly too, that human needs are insatiable but then the resources needed to ...
 Graphic Ghana1 day ago

Guaranteed annual income could affect job creation, wages

'Mincome' idea gets support from both left and right, Louis-Philippe Rochon writes After years in obscurity, the idea of a guaranteed annual income is suddenly back on the national agenda. Federal Families, Children and Social Development Minister ...
 CBC5 days ago

Interviews Murray Rothbard

Penthouse 0 Views Tags Big GovernmentU.S. HistoryPolitical Theory 2 hours agoMurray N. Rothbard The Murray Rothbard wall poster depicts a graying professor pecking at a typewriter. His words rise magically from the machine and blend into a ...
 Mises.org5 days ago

The state hardest hit by the opioid crisis thinks it has a solution

REUTERS/Valerie Volcovici A faded sign welcomes drivers to Williamson, West Virginia, May 13, 2015. In 2013, doctors wrote 207 million opioid prescriptions . As recently as 1991, that number was 71 million, according to a recent study by the ...
 BusinessInsider.sg1 week ago

How Richard Nixon Almost Gave America a Basic Income (and Why We Should Do It Now)

"It's what capitalism ought to have been striving for all along," writes author Rutger Bregman about the money for nothing policy. Photo Credit: Charles Brutlag / Shutterstock Editor's Note: In his book Utopia for Realists: The Case ...
 AlterNet.org1 week ago

How Sanders Could Lay the Foundation for a Third US Political Party

Please suspend your skepticism for a couple of minutes to consider that Bernie Sanders campaign for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination has managed to create, intentionally or not, the possibility of achieving the holy grail of ...
 ZNet1 week ago
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