Monthly Archives: February 2016

The case for a new Third Way

I’m a pro-capitalist social democrat. No, it’s not an oxymoron. It means roughly this: Philosophically, sure, I have qualms about a system that privileges the accumulation of private financial wealth about all other ends in life. But practically, I see … Continue reading

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A kind of progress: the future of America’s car dream

My grandmother came from Kansas. She was born in the spacious, agrarian west of the state in 1937, then – whilst still a teenager – married my grandfather and settled in the almost-as-spacious, suburban east of the state. Like many … Continue reading

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