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There’s a devastatingly simple explanation for America’s economic mess
The Cost of Holding On
Are Index Funds Eating the World?
Data Geeks Are Taking Over Economics
Why so many men ages of 25 to 54 are not working
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Mom’s Invisible Hand
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Progressive California: The Long Road Back from Proposition 13
Why So Many Rich Kids Come to Enjoy the Taste of Healthier Foods
How America Is Putting Itself Back Together
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Student loan crisis at its ugliest: I graduated and found out I owe $200,000
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Silicon Valley elites on inequality
Jobs Involving Routine Tasks Aren't Growing
Proving ground: testing public policy ideas at the Urban Labs
For freelancers, getting stiffed is part of the job. Some in New York City want to fix it.
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Have California Voters Finally Had Enough of Prop 13?
Transportation Emerges as Crucial to Escaping Poverty
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SEC Approves Plan to Issue Stock Via Bitcoin's Blockchain
Microloans Don’t Solve Poverty
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The most important fact about student debt, explained in 2 maps
You Can Teach a Coal Miner To Code
Welfare Use by Immigrant and Native Households
Who Turned My Blue State Red?
Study: Cooking for One Is Heating Pizza for One
After Years Out of a Job, Older Workers Find a Way Back In
No, there aren't more than 90 million Americans unemployed.
How politics makes us stupid
Death Rates Rising for Middle-Aged White Americans, Study Finds
Middle class Americans: Not so wealthy by global standards
Trickle-Down Economics Must Die, Long Live Grow-Up Economics
A Sociologist Enters the Shadowy World of Wealth Managers
Are liberals wrong about the student loan industry exploiting young people?
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