David Coates

Archive for October, 2011

October 31, 2011

Poverty Amid Plenty – America’s Continuing Shame

  The current wave of mass protest against Wall Street excess has completely reframed the public conversation in the United States.  The “deficit problem” with which Washington was consumed in the first half of 2011 has not vanished from the political agenda, read more »
October 12, 2011

Trade Policy: Countering the Walmart Effect

  Bipartisanship in Washington is rare these days, but it does occasionally surface. It did this week, when the Senate passed the “Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act”(S.1619) – the one sponsored by Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown and co-sponsored by 22 other Senators, including five Republicans.[1] read more »
October 12, 2011

David Coates on the Kathleen Dunn Show

David Coates speaks about Making the Progressive Case Towards a Stronger U.S. Economy on the Kathleen Dunn Show. Click the link above to open the media player. One the great pleasures, and indeed privileges, of being a guest on the Kathleen Dunn Show is the quality of the questions that Kathleen asks and the seriousness […] read more »