Jacob S. Hacker
Domestic political turmoil in the European Union’s four largest economies spells trouble ahead.
America’s beleaguered poor and working class have a host of problems, but the culture of irresponsibility that J.D. Vance says they’re prey to isn’t one of them.
This year, thousands of teachers, hotel workers, Google employees, and others walked off the job and won major gains. Which raises two questions: Why now? And will this continue?
It’s understandable that the Democratic infighting has already begun. But given the stakes, can’t we have some kind of arms-control pact?
For all their differences, House Democrats need to unite around a pro-worker agenda. The party also needs a smart way to winnow its immense field of presidential prospects.