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Op-eds & Columns

The Economics of the Affordable Care Act

Dean Baker
Institute for New Economic Thinking, January 17, 2017

Republican Part-Time Nation: Going Involuntary

Dean Baker
Truthout, January 16, 2017

Will Trump Be Better for Latin America than Obama?

Alexander Main
Jacobin, January 13, 2017

President Obama Should Make Sure that Haitian Victims of UN-Caused Cholera Are Compensated

Mark Weisbrot
The Huffington Post, January 12, 2017


A Blow to Brazilian Democracy: The Illegitimate Removal of Dilma Rousseff from Power

November 2016, Alexander Main

A Critical Review of the US State Department’s 2015 Progress Report on Haiti

December 2016, Alexander Main, Jasmine Huggins, Jake Johnston, Charissa Zehr, Jessica Hsu, and Alan Yarborough

Brazil’s Enormous Interest Rate Tax: Can Brazilians Afford It?

December 2016, Mark Weisbrot, Jake Johnston, and Julia Villarruel Carrillo

The International Trade Commission’s Assessment of the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Main Findings and Implications

November 2016, Dean Baker