Assorted content for your weekend reading.
– Justin Fox questions whether traditional studies tracking the distribution of wealth by quintiles do much good when the most obvious economic faultline is between the (give or take) 1% and everybody else: Something really dramatic is going on up there in the top 5%, the top 1%, the . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Saturday Morning Links
Miscellaneous material for your Monday reading.
– Damian Carrington reports on the Harper Cons’ sad efforts to prevent the European Union from accurately accounting for greenhouse gas emissions from the tar sands, offering in particular a look at how Canada’s actions look to our global neighbours who don’t operate from the Cons’ petro-state starting point: . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: Monday Morning Links