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How You Feel About Inflation May Depend on Your Politics

Polarization is driving the way we view everything — even the economy

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During his days as a US Senator, President Lyndon Johnson told a story of an unemployed schoolteacher’s job interview with a school board in Depression-era Texas. At one point during the meeting, a rancher on the…

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The Journeyman. is published by Marlon Weems, a former Wall Street trader, capital markets subject matter expert. His writing covers themes at the intersection of politics, the economy, and racial inequality.c

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