Bezos pitched in by creating an online marketplace of cheap consumer goods that people can get delivered to their homes in two days flat.
It's the world of the present, not the controversies of the past, that motivated voters.
What is the correct reward for the person who creates something that millions of people want badly enough to pay for it?
Of those who reported a negative view of capitalism, 20 percent say it's exploitative or corrupt.
The Massachusetts senator pandered to the left—and so did everybody else, just not as expertly.
The BU Law Review Online has a symposium on this important new book, with contributions by Richard Epstein, Dan Markovits, K. Sabeel Rahman , David B. Lyons, and myself.
Bernie Sanders Blames Losses on Poor People Not Voting—But Poor People Weren't Voting for Him Anyway
Leftists don't own the poor even though they've done their best to keep them in poverty.
The income inequality obsession leads to whiplash.
George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen suggests that it might be.
The basic-income scheme is meant to save Finland money and reduce the country's high unemployment rate.
The Economics Nobel Laureate worries that crony capitalism will kill off economic growth
Corporate CEO pay is, however, way out of hand.
We shouldn't choose policies based on how they make us feel. And yet...
The new watch from Cupertino will help reduce income inequality in the way that really matters.
Politicians aiming to reduce inequality end up unintentionally making it worse.
Political-economic systems throughout the world are built on deeply rooted and long-established systems of privilege for the well-connected.
Meanwhile U.S. intergenerational income mobility has not slowed.
Former Obama auto czar Steven Rattner uses weak data in attempt to advance tax-and-spend policies favored by the left.
A Luxury Manhattan Building To Include a Separate 'Poor Door' for Less Affluent Tenants. Is It 'Segregation'?
New York's clownish political leaders are in a tizzy.
Meet the most 'unequal' public university in America.
So what if the rich are richer than ever? American income mobility is still strong.
Inequality in poor countries is much worse than inequality in rich countries
Not conservative strongholds. Imagine that.
Why does the president insist on confusing income inequality and economic mobility?