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Archive of posts published in the tag: What’s The Matter With Kansas

Class Cluelessness

A book review by Henry Oliner Politics is little more than a marketplace of ideas.¬† Like the markets for products and services it is more complex and nuanced than it appears, and resistant to central control. Competition serves us well…

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Fractured Identity

We have been a politically fragmented country since its founding. That is the nature of a Federalist republic where power is dispersed and checked, and it is the genius of our constitution. A two-party system requires a coalition of interests,…

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Why The Middle Class Does Not Want to Soak the Rich

From The American Lee Harris writes Why Not Soak the Rich? 3/6/13 Lee raises the question of why so many middle class republicans are so reluctant to raise the taxes on the wealthiest. ¬†This confounds liberals who voiced this question…

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