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It’s not just the economy, stupid; it’s whether the economy is fair

In The Conversation (29.8.16), in the first article of a new series on globalisation, Wesley Widmaler, among others, writes about economic reform, growing inequality, declining union influence and the rise of populism in the United States:

‘Roosevelt recognised – as do psychologists – that repressing pressures for change often does not make them go away. Instead, it simply defers their emergence to a later date, when they re-emerge in distorted, darkened form.’

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