Added to Job Guarantee, here.
A Federal Job Guarantee: The Unfinished Business of the Civil Rights Movement • The 1963 March on Washington put a government guarantee to a job at the front of the civil rights agenda. It’s long past time to complete the work.
— Rep. Ayanna Pressley (@AyannaPressley), David Stein (@DavidPStein <em>The Nation</em> (@TheNation) Sept 2, 2021
A little macro background for Macroeconomics: Provisioning and Prosperity, particularly with regard to universities as a provider of alternative currencies.
The Rise of the UniverCity • As they come to resemble corporations, universities increasingly wield the kind of power and influence that were hallmarks of ruthless employers in isolated company towns. Historian Davarian Baldwin calls this ominous trend the “rise of the UniverCity.” — Davarian Baldwin (@DavarianBaldwin), <em>Jacobin</em> (@Jacobin) Sept 2, 2021 #Background #Unis4All #InTheShadow
A new addition to our Blogroll and Kelton’s page under Primary Sources.
The Lens – Stephanie Kelton • “The Lens is a portal into my academic and professional world. It’s a place to visit for economic analysis, commentary on public policy, and previews of forthcoming talks and publications. Never miss an update.”