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|Detroit: A simple problem with a complex answer
The bankruptcy of Detroit has served to bring a number of armchair philosophers, economists, and pundits out of the woodwork, all spouting their reasons for Detroit's decline and the future ...
|Slipping into Corporatism
Diarist Jon Perr let us know last week about the horrific spring of 2017 and its effects on voter turnouts. Unfortunately, in the years to come, things wouldn't get better, they'd get worse. Far, ...
|Wages, large and small (but mostly small)
The wonderful Laura Clawson posted a story to the DKos Labor roll recently about fast food workers who are rebelling against their employers for wage theft, amongst other violations of labor laws. ...
|Two steps forward, one step back?
It's been almost two years since the first diary I ever wrote on DKos. In that time, things have changed for me - some for the better, some for the worse. I still struggle with feeling successful, ...
|Where do I go from here?
I am, to say the least, an...infrequent diarist here. I've only written two, and I can say that I was fortunate to be heard well on one of them. Of course, the tenor of the discussion regarding ...
|Withering on the vine
In my last diary, I mentioned my own personal experience of growing up in a comfortably middle-to-upper-middle class household, with a conservative value system, and the rude awakening that life ...
|Falling from the 1% to the bottom of the 99%
I'll admit it. I was born into a live of relative ease. My parents were engineers, with my father working as a self-employed engineer designing everything from avionics to fire-control systems. My ...
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