October 8, 2017: A Seat at the Table (Z. Miletsky)

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Diverse: Issues in Education, October 8, 2017 As soon as Donald Trump was elected President, the tacit comparisons to 1930s Germany began. Many people quoted—via memes—the famous line by Martin Niemöller, a Protestant pastor who spoke out against Adolf Hitler and who paid for it by spending the last seven years of his life in a […]

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October 5, 2017: How We Think About the Deficit Is Mostly Wrong (S. Kelton)

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New York Times, October 5, 2017 With their nine-page “framework,” President Trump and congressional Republicans have turned to tax cuts in a bid to get a victory on their policy agenda. Mr. Trump has promised to deliver “the biggest tax cut in the history of our country.” It achieved a rare feat of bipartisan agreement […]

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