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Op-eds & Columns

Blame the Policies, Not the Robots

Jared Bernstein and Dean Baker
The Washington Post, October 23, 2019

Moderate Democrats Back a Privacy Bill, Minus the Privacy

Max Moran
The American Prospect, October 23, 2019

Anti-Austerity Protesters in Ecuador Win Some Concessions, But Unlikely to Prevent Further Unrest or Repression

Mark Weisbrot
The Nation, October 16, 2019

Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Not Falling Prey to Vultures

Lara Merling and Leo Baunach
Página/12, October 9, 2019


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