Casey Chalk reviews Joel’s latest book: “Perhaps one of the great cons of the 21st century has been corporate America’s success… in profiting from tax laws and cheap foreign or immigrant labor that reduces American jobs and keeps money from American taxpayers.”
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Robert Grant Price reviews Joel’s latest book: The Coming of Neo-Feudalism. “Feudal times are here again. This is a thesis Joel Kotkin hammers to a fine point in this clarifying study-of-the-moment presented as sweeping history.”
The biggest challenge facing a putative first-term Joe Biden administration and the Democratic Party may lie with energy policy, where gentry and green wishful thinking confront the daily realities of millions of middle- and working-class Americans.
Join us October 17th for a live interactive webinar on how the middle class can survive and thrive during this time of social and economic uncertainty.
Joel Kotkin joins Madeleine Brand to discuss the future of cities post-pandemic as migration from cities to suburbs accelerates with the rise of remote work.
In this episode of the Feudal Future podcast, urban policy expert and noted demographer Wendell Cox joins hosts Joel and Marshall for a conversation on the COVID-19 pandemic, death rates, and public policy.
On July 14, Joel & Marshall held a Virtual Town Hall, discussing California’s inequality crisis and how changes in state policy could restore the middle class.
Joel Kotkin’s just released book—The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class— is on George J Marlin’s list of new political books readers should crack open during their summer vacations.
Kotkin cites the National Urban League, a prominent civil rights organization, that lists Minneapolis with such other “woke” places epitomizing urban revival, such as San Francisco and Chicago, suffering from the largest gaps between black and white incomes.
Mixed-use real estate, walkability and mass transit part of the new mix in reimagined suburban life, with telecommuting to work.
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- Anthony Quintano, used under CC 2.0 LicenseAmerica’s Overdue to Unfriend Mark ZuckerbergJune 11, 2021 - 7:25 am
- Steve Jurvetson, used under CC 2.0 LicenseWinners and Losers: The Global Economy After COVIDJune 8, 2021 - 7:25 am
- A Middle Class Rebellion Against Progressives is Gaining SteamJune 5, 2021 - 7:25 am