Posts Tagged ‘economic crisis’

I hadn’t made this connection before: Mostly I simply think that the disaster is reinforcing people’s frustration — an emotion that has become very widespread within the country, and which crosses most demographic and political boundaries. If that remains the prevailing mood of the country in November, the risks to the incumbent President and his […]


My comment on Dean Baker’s story (original link found here) . Here’s what I had to say: Mr. Baker, I graduated last week from a prestigious college (a semester early) with a degree in one of their most difficult programs. I have worked 20+ hours per week for the last two years during school, and […]