Monthly Archives: April 2012

Moved Over

I’ve been blogging away over at my new blog at Next New Deal, come join me over there!  Here’s the new rss feed. I might post here once in a great while, mostly to draw additional attention to recent non-blog … Continue reading

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Article on Mass Incarceration at Jacobin, Plus Some Additional Links

[I've moved blogs - check out the Next New Deal Rortybomb blog, here is the new rss feed, and here is this post over at the new site.] The Spring 2012 issue of Jacobin is now online.  It has a lot of great content … Continue reading

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What Should You Know About the Quebec Student Strikes and Occupations?

[I'm moving blogs - check out the Next New Deal Rortybomb blog, here is the new rss feed, and here is this post over at the new site. I move over entirely Wednesday, and will cross post until then.] One thing to remember … Continue reading

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Does Expansionary Monetary Policy Primarily Benefit Finance and Rentiers?

[I'm moving blogs - check out the Next New Deal Rortybomb blog, here is the new rss feed, and here is this post over at the new site. I move over entirely Wednesday, and will cross post until then.] Joe Weisenthal calls it … Continue reading

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What Does “Fair Value” Accounting Say About the Government?

[I'm moving blogs - check out the Next New Deal Rortybomb blog, here is the new rss feed, and here is this post over at the new site. I move over entirely Wednesday, and will cross post until then.] Charles Lane had an … Continue reading

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Some Links and a Quick Thought on Obamacare’s Economic Activity/Inactivity Distinction

[I'm moving blogs - check out the Next New Deal Rortybomb blog, here is the new rss feed, and here is this post over at the new site. I move over entirely Wednesday, and will cross post until then.] My vacation started off … Continue reading

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How Can Herbert Spencer’s 1892 Revisions to his Social Statics Help Us Understand Conservative Opposition to the Individual Mandate?

[I'm moving blogs - check out the Next New Deal Rortybomb blog, here is the new rss feed, and here is this post over at the new site. I move over entirely Wednesday, and will cross post until then.] What … Continue reading

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Getting Ready to Move to the New Blog

Back from a lovely honeymoon (why doesn’t everyone move to Iceland?), and now it’s time to get back to the hustle. Exciting news: this blog is moving over to a new site: Next New Deal’s Rortybomb Blog. Next New Deal is … Continue reading

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Far Too Low for Far Too Long

by JW Mason So, what caused the economic and financial crisis of 2007-whenever? It’s an open question. Presumably we’ll continue to argue about it until the next crisis (or until the Moon Men invade.) But right now let’s talk about one … Continue reading

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