Discussing Anand Giridharadas' idea for a boycott on accepting Saudi investment money, in Slate.
Trump is in a shrinking minority. For the Economist.
Where and to whom you are born in the United States are both hugely important to life chances. For the Economist.
In one town the average age of death is 97; in another, it is 56. For the Economist.
ID laws and other restrictions on voting don't lower voter fraud but they do disenfranchise minorities. For the Economist.
In part because baby boomers have always been profligate. For the Economist.
Piece on Trump administration getting rid of work authorizations for spouses of H1-B visas, for the Economist.
For the Economist: expectations are up, support for parents isn't.
Women don't like Donald Trump. They also appear energized to vote. For the Economist.
For the Economist. Slowing wage convergence between migrants and natives isn't driven by lower skills as much as by native discrimination.