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The Other Side of the May Jobs Report: Higher Wages
Many American workers are seeing the biggest pay gains in decades.
By John CassidyJune 5, 2021
Daily Comment
The International Energy Agency Issues a Landmark Statement About Fossil Fuels
Our hope for a livable world rests on a series of crucial sentences.
By Bill McKibbenMay 18, 2021
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Don’t Panic Over One Weaker-Than-Expected Jobs Report
Many indicators point to the economy continuing to rebound strongly from the pandemic. So why did the pace of hiring fall in April?
By John CassidyMay 8, 2021
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Biden’s Great Economic Rebalancing
The President is looking to correct a capitalist economy that has gone askew, and reclaim a lost vision of shared prosperity.
By John CassidyMay 3, 2021
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Joe Biden Plays Hardball on Social Spending
The President ran on his commitment to compromise, but his first major initiatives advance progressive policies without support from Republicans.
By Dorothy WickendenApril 8, 2021
A Reporter at LargeMarch 15, 2021 Issue
The Rise of Made-in-China Diplomacy
While political leaders trade threats, the pandemic has made Americans even more reliant on China’s manufacturers.
By Peter HesslerMarch 8, 2021
Daily Comment
The Civilian Climate Corps Is a Big-Government Plan That All Americans Can Embrace
Biden’s proposal draws on a New Deal program that created jobs and helped unite the country.
By Jim LardnerMarch 7, 2021
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The Three Biggest Lessons of the Coronavirus Economy
Nearly a year into the pandemic, solving the economic crisis means defeating the virus.
By John CassidyJanuary 30, 2021
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A Bold Proposal to Ease Child Poverty Is the Essence of Bidenomics
By targeting Americans that have been hit hardest by the pandemic, and also addressing lasting inequities, the new Administration is approaching this moment as one of great potential as well as great peril.
By John CassidyJanuary 26, 2021
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Janet Yellen’s Confirmation Hearing Provides a Glimpse Into the Biden Era
Three topics are set to dominate the Administration’s economic agenda: the pandemic, spending and taxes, and China.
By John CassidyJanuary 20, 2021
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