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Jobs and Trump Voters

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On November 13, 2016
I am consistently amazed at the resistance people have to the idea that a reasonable percentage of Trump voters cast a ballot for him because of economic anxiety. I know it’s easier to call everyone a bunch of racists. And some of them are! And some of them are racist and also voted for Barack […]
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Capital Mobility and Trumpism

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On March 19, 2016
As I have been saying throughout the election season, the collapse of the working class thanks to capital mobility is going a long way to feed Donald Trump’s popularity. The fuzzy video, shot by a worker on the floor of a Carrier factory here in the American heartland last month, captured the raging national debate […]

Out of Sight in The Boston Review

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On October 23, 2015
Marshall Steinbaum reviewed Out of Sight, along with Gabriel Zucman’s The Hidden Wealth of Nations in The Boston Review and it was largely positive. An excerpt: Rather than escaping over-burdensome regulation, Loomis’s book points to a different understanding of what motivates a political project to enable capital mobility. In a strategic context, in which the […]
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