If the U.S. wants to get out of the rut of slow growth and a yawning rich-poor gap, we know the policies that will work --for Ozy.
There’s a simple way to reform welfare: Send money to those who need it, without conditions. For the Atlantic.
Misleading title: soaking the rich would help. But the current US tax regime is bad at that. For @BW.
Because rich people don't pay much in the way of taxes in developing countries. For @BW.
You create jobs through growth. We don't know how to promote growth. For @BW.
Donations are small, aimed at rich people's charities and pro-cyclical. For @BW.
The return of class warfare? In @FP.
Why the guy who thinks the rich are being treated like jews in 1930s Germany is... wrong about stuff. In @BW.
The War on Poverty ameliorated but didn't fix the problem. We need drastic measures. For @BW.
Tax rich people... in @BW.