The Paradox of Good Intentions: Why Every Delay Makes Climate Change Worse

Today’s Twitter thread shows how Congressional inaction does more than just maintain the status quo of environmental destruction: It accelerates it…

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Fear: Trump in the White House

In this episode of the USC Bedrosian Bookclub Podcast, Lisa Schweitzer hosts a discussion with Christian Grose, Jeff Jenkins, and me about Bob Woodward’s latest reportage on the Presidency: Fear. How does this stack up to other Woodward titles and how does the principal-agent theory work its way into conversation with these political junkies? Click below to find out!

What Dreams May Come…When Your Parents Have Wealth: Homeownership in the Age of Inequality

Today’s Twitter thread reveals how much of the American dream is gifted and who among us is fortunate enough to receive that gift…

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The Dream of a New Home: Where Immigrants Live and What It Says About Us

Audiences are a moving target.

It’s time, once again, to catch up with the shifting platforms for public debate. And so, I’ve begun writing Twitter threads.

If you’re not a Twitter person, never fear: I will post my threads here as well.

First up is a meditation on what it means to assimilate into a new land, written a few weeks ago to celebrate Thanksgiving:

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