U.S. Social Contract Isn’t The Deal It Used to Be

Americans have, over their history, enjoyed free or reduced price land, by simply claiming land in the vast wilderness or through the Homestead Act (1862). Land and housing was plentiful and cheap through the 1960s. My parents bought their home outright for a few thousand dollars (no mortgage). As recently as the 1980s, health care... Continue Reading →


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