Edition 125

Who Has the Luxury to Fail?

By Patricia Hart

June 2, 2016

Patricia Hart argues that the next disruption to come out of Silicon Valley should be increased equality in social innovation.

Who Has the Luxury to Fail?

Patricia Hart argues that the next disruption to come out of Silicon Valley should be increased equality in social innovation.


Universal Income Is about Taxes, Not Spending

Alexander Holt articulates why Universal Basic Income should be universally understood as a tax policy, not welfare spending.


1968 Called. It Wants Its Election Back.

The 2016 election might not be as, ahem, unique as it seems. Chayenne Polimédio explains.


Student Debt by the (Text)book

Why does community college cost so much more than so many expect? Patrick Oathout explores.


So Long to "Developed" Countries

Charles Kenny writes that we need to develop a way of thinking about large swaths of the world that goes beyond "developing."


LOSS in Small Texas Towns

Roughly eight people take their own lives every day in Texas. Here's how one program is helping to hope those they leave behind.


Jamelle Bouie's Advice for the Next President