Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
Insulin is a 100-year-old drug whose wholesale price has tripled in ten years. The reasons why explain everything wrong with America’s broken prescription drug market.
They’re shaping our market, our democracy—our entire reality. If we’re going to fix them, we need to understand them.
The invisible hand is more like a thumb on the scale for the world’s elites. That’s why market fundamentalism has been unmasked as bogus economics but keeps winning politically.
When the Roberts Court all but nullified the Voting Rights Act, it said the pre-1965 practices were long gone. New hearings by the House make clear: They’re back.
A new biography connects the life and work of the great radical historian of capitalism.