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Author Archives: Joel S. Hirschhorn

Formerly full professor Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, and senior official Congressional Office of Technology Assessment and National Governors Association. Author of four nonfiction books and hundreds of articles.

Consumer Power Wasted

Economic Recovery Will Come Faster From Us Than From the Government Read More »

Illinois Citizens Deserve Corrupt Government

Public corruption has thrived in Illinois Read More »

Book Review: Unjust Deserts – How the Rich Are Taking Our Common Inheritance and Why We Should Take It Back by Gar Alperovitz and Lew Daly

In today’s world of economic crashes and calamity it comes to this: Should there be higher taxes on the richest people in society? Read More »

A New Political Party Is Needed

Current third parties are a failure. Read More »

The Anti-Incumbency Movement is Dead

Voting out congressional incumbents is a useless strategy. Read More »

Shame! Shame! Come Back, Shame

First blame, then shame. Read More »

Book Review: No Innocent Bystander – Riding Shotgun in the Land of Denial by Mickey Z.

Time to stop the excuses. Read More »

Deception and Delusion: Dummies for Democracy

The only real difference between Obama and McCain is exactly how they will screw the public and benefit the rich and powerful. Read More »

Bye Bye Barry

Imagine Election Day 2008 has ended. Read More »

Working Poor Unready to Revolt

The working class is no match for the ruling class. Read More »