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Raising Most People’s Wages

If the median household’s income is is heading upward, the economy is in good shape. If it’s heading downward, as it’s been for this entire recovery, we’re all in deep trouble.

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Reese Erlich: Inside Syria

Based on first-hand reporting from Syria and Washington, journalist Reese Erlich unravels the complex dynamics underlying the Syrian civil war. New Book Release / Author Event Oct. 11 in Palo Alto.

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Our Invisible Rich

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Our Invisible Rich

Today’s political balance rests on a foundation of ignorance, in which the public has no idea what our society is really like.

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Defense Contractors Are Making a Killing

New fights mean new stuff, after all. Military suppliers are lining up to meet a suddenly restored need for their wares.

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Deeply Divided: Racial Politics and Social Movements in Post-War America

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Deeply Divided: Racial Politics and Social Movements in Post-War America

A fascinating examination of the politics of racial and social inequality in the United States.

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Barbara Lee Was Right in 2001. She’s Still Right Now.

“The American people deserve a public debate on all the options to dismantle ISIS, including their costs and consequences."

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  • Raising Most People’s WagesRaising Most People’s Wages

    If the median household’s income is is heading upward, the economy is in good shape. If it’s heading downward, as it’s been for this entire recovery, we’re all in deep trouble.

  • Our Invisible RichOur Invisible Rich

    Today’s political balance rests on a foundation of ignorance, in which the public has no idea what our society is really like.

  • Defense Contractors Are Making a Killing Defense Contractors Are Making a Killing

    New fights mean new stuff, after all. Military suppliers are lining up to meet a suddenly restored need for their wares.

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