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Economic Perceptions and the Election

The economy has been a major factor in determining the outcome of presidential elections throughout U.S. history. That will clearly continue to be the case in this 2020 presidential election cycle, although I certainly think there are

How immigrants expand the U.S. economy

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain In the United States, the economic impact of immigration is a lightning-rod topic that sparks strong feelings on both sides. Opponents have long held that immigrants take away jobs from American citizens

Economic recovery starts, thanks to capitalism

As Washington has been frozen in debate about whether to pass massive new economic stimulus legislation, something interesting has happened in the real world.In the real world, Americans sent a message to politicians saying they can take

COVID-19 and economic inequality

The recession that began formally in February continues to weaken the economy. While the early burst of layoffs has passed, a more permanent loss of jobs and businesses is settling into a record pace. The call-back of those temporary

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