The Wages of Neglect

Vol.
3
No.
28
Summer 2017

Columns

  • The European Mirror

    Robert Kuttner

    Is there any way out of the dialectic of neoliberal policies producing economic backlash and support for the nationalist far right?

Notebook

  • Settlements: The Real Story

    Gershom Gorenberg

    Fifty years after the Six-Day War, a mistaken account of how settlement began still plagues Israeli politics.
  • Silk Roadblock

    Manuel Madrid

    Yo-Yo Ma's celebrated project for global understanding through music runs into Donald Trump's sour note.
  • Ignoring Police Violence

    Brentin Mock

    Baltimore officials accepted a voluntary settlement to reduce police abuses. Jeff Sessions wants to kill it.

Culture

  • State-Enforced Segregation and the Color of Justice

    Randall Kennedy

    Jim Crow was the descendant of Southern slavery. More shocking is the legacy of government-enforced racism in the North.  
  • Fiscal Purgatory in New York

    James Parrott

    How New York’s budget crisis was used to roll back expansive government  
  • The Long Arc of Protest

    David Karpf

    While digital media make it easier to spread activist messages, today’s movements face many of the same problems their forerunners did.  
  • Goodbye to All That Democracy

    Zephyr Teachout

    Can our constitution co-exist with extremes of economic inequality?  
  • Gift Horse or Trojan Horse?

    Benjamin Soskis

    The mixed record of America’s new rich as often self-interested philanthropists  

Features