Podcasts
Open Society

Los Angeles in 1974 and the politics of culture, with Ronald Brownstein

LA’s culture industries in 1974 were at the forefront of the clash between an ascending Baby Boom generation bent on change and older generations opposing that change. In the short term, conservative politics triumphed, but they could not hold change back indefinitely.

March 29, 2023
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Commentary
Social Policy

Connecticut should reform their EITC in conjunction with proposed child tax credit

Only three states in the country levy an income tax on residents but provide no general income tax exemption or credit for children–and Connecticut is one of them.

March 28, 2023 • Joshua McCabe
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Commentary
Open Society

The performative turn

Keeping popular government alive gives us the chance to rescue democracy from its current state of performative decadence, while redeeming democracy gives us our best chance to defuse capitalism’s crises of dynamism and inclusion.

March 28, 2023 • Brink Lindsey
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Los Angeles in 1974 and the politics of culture, with Ronald Brownstein
Connecticut should reform their EITC in conjunction with proposed child tax credit
By Joshua McCabe
The performative turn
By Brink Lindsey