Monthly Archives: July 2011

So Much For The “Shrinking Middle Class” Argument

From your friendly folks at First Things: Using some sophisticated statistical techniques, Burkhauser, Larrimore, and Simon then correct for these factors, and find that, using this more accurate measure of economic resources, the American middle class has done quite well … Continue reading

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Distributist Review: Hard Times in Farm Country

Farmers in Oklahoma are struggling to meet the drought: The news from Oklahoma is that the drought is “officially” extreme, over half the state, and getting worse everywhere else. The fact that we don’t see giant dust clouds in the … Continue reading

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