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    On the subject of inequality, I am currently using Runaway Inequality by Les Leopold (Revised Third Edition, Labor Institute Press, 2018) for one of my courses. Its presentation of the issues is simple but effective. ------------------------------ ...

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    Great conversation indeed! Thanks Jennifer. Some recent reads include: Jenkins, Tania M. 2020. Doctors ' Orders: The Making of Status Hierarchies in an Elite Profession. Columbia University Press. Hallett, Tim and Amelia Hawbaker. 2020. "The ...

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    Thanks for the prompt, Jennifer, I recently finished the audiobook -- all 44 hours -- of Rick Perlstein's Reaganland. This is the follow book to Nixonland and The Invisible Bridge . I'm not a big fan or consumer of political history, but Perlstein ...

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