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The Neoliberal Consensus Is Over  

On February 19, Wal-Mart announced that it would raise its minimum wage to $9. The following week, Wisconsin, the home of labor progressivism, passed right-to-work legislation. What’s going on? Some analysts believe that Wisconsin’s action is a harbinger of things …

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A New Solidarity for the New Poland  

In the post-1989 era, “there is no alternative” became not only the slogan of Poland’s economic transition but a very palpable reality. Today, as Poles celebrate #25yearsoffreedom, aggressive free-market reforms are still the order of the day, and the right is rising. So what does Poland’s post-communist generation actually have to celebrate?

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Citizen Coupon  

Conservatives and neoliberals envision a government that provides a comparable range of benefits to the one advocated by earlier American liberals. But rather than designing and delivering services directly, the neoliberal government provides coupons for citizens.

The Politics of TED  

TED’s dominant political idea is the denial of politics—a refusal to acknowledge any real power struggle in public life.

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