What Prompts a Country to Raise Taxes for the Rich? – The Atlantic
Income inequality and the fight over whether or not to raise taxes on wealthier Americans has been at the center of the presidential debate season. With this dynamic as a backdrop, The Atlantic examines a five-year research project (that spanned 20 countries and 200 years) by Stanford professors that concludes the only time raising taxes on the rich seems to work is immediately after a war-time draft.
The Affordable-Housing Crisis Moves Inland – Bloomberg
Uber Drivers Settle With Ride-Hailing Company in Labor Dispute – The Wall Street Journal
A Manifesto To Mend Our Politics – The Washington Post