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Dylan Matthews covers taxes, poverty, campaign finance, higher education, and all things data. He has also written for The New Republic, Salon, Slate, and The American Prospect. Follow him on Twitter here. Email him here.
Before the government taxes people and/or sends them money, inequality in Sweden is as high as it is in the U.S. Then everything changes.
The University of Toronto political theorist on the case for a path to citizenship, what we owe to refugees, and why a just world wouldn’t have border controls at all.
Extreme poverty is falling fast, malaria deaths are plummeting, and 21 other trends to be thankful for.
Isn’t it time we admitted that John F. Kennedy’s presidency was marked by foreign policy failures and a marked lack of accomplishments domestically?
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