SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
How Cruelty Became the Point of Our Labor and Welfare Policies
by Gail Savage
The persistence of Malthusian thinking in social welfare debates is leading to policies that create needless suffering and a corrosion of the common bonds of humanity that sustain a society.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Stop Worrying about Protecting ‘Taxpayers.’ That Isn’t the Government’s Job.
by Lawrence B. Glickman
"Taxpayerism has perverted our political culture by denying the existence of a common good — or, perhaps, more accurately, by falsely defining that good, and even freedom itself, as low taxes for the rich and for corporations."
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