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Gods that failed

...depression. He's entitled to his beliefs, but the nation can't afford to worship at the altar of these failed gods. Harold Meyerson is editor-at-large of American Prospect and the L.A. Weekly. This column was written for The Washington Post...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/101608/opi_344937871.shtml
Marching to the drums of change

...can assemble 2,000 perfectly synchronized drummers has clearly staked its claim as the world's assembly line. Harold Meyerson is editor-at-large of American Prospect and the L.A. Weekly.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081408/opi_318614641.shtml
Outside column: Wall Street turned its back on America

...strength and well being, both Reagan-age government and Wall Street's investment banks plainly deserve to die. Harold Meyerson is editor-at-large of American Prospect and the L.A. Weekly. This column was written for the Washington Post...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/091908/opi_334251813.shtml
George W. Bush could be seen as a modern Herbert Hoover

...countervailing public sentiments: Americans' relief that he soon will be gone and their kind reluctance to kick a corpse. Harold Meyerson is editor-at-large of American Prospect and the L.A. Weekly. This column was written for the Washington Post...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/120408/opi_363531531.shtml
Juneau Empire Online Archive Opinion and Letters: San Fernando's secession solution 1/5/98

...have stopped searching. They have found a city in their own back yard - or, more exactly, in their back yards. Harold Meyerson, writing in L.A. Weekly, says the valley would be the city with ``the most backyard pools and the fewest public...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010598/will.html
An unhappy labor day

Labor Day 2009 was a terrible time to be an American worker.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/090809/opi_490932308.shtml
Recovering the New Deal ideal

A disquieting phrase has entered our economic lexicon: "new normal." The "new normal" economy that emerges from our recovery, many economists fear, won't look like the old normal, the American economy of the past couple of decades. It will look worse.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100809/opi_502317754.shtml
Socialism, courtesy of Wall Street

According to a Rasmussen poll released last week, 37 percent of Americans under age 30 prefer capitalism, 33 percent prefer socialism and 30 percent are undecided. Among all Americans, 53 percent prefer capitalism, 20 percent prefer socialism and 27 percent are undecided.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041609/opi_429875393.shtml
Outside column: Card check and gut check

If our nation was governed by business's version of democratic choice, we would hold elections to determine the winner, but nearly half the time the incumbent would remain in power even if he lost.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051509/opi_440190144.shtml
Who's afraid of the free market?

...president, liberals in Congress and the American public. Advocates for socialism? More like advocates for shoppers. Harold Meyerson is editor-at-large of American Prospect and the L.A. Weekly.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/102209/opi_507750380.shtml
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