Inequality prospers when successes of advantaged group members (e.g., men, whites) get more attention than equivalent successes of disadvantaged group members (e.g., women, blacks). What determines whose successes individuals deem worth promoting...
Eli Finkel“There’s a common thread in every argument,” [Oprah] told the crowd at Stanford. “They are really about the same thing: “Did you hear me? Did you see me? And did what I say mean anything to you?”
Graphics by Rachael Dottle Over the long course of the Republican presidential nomination process in 2015 and 2016, we frequently featured a diagram called “The…
Eli FinkelI'm interested in learning more about the people I interact with on Twitter. To the left-leaning among you, which of these five categories best characterize(s) your political identity?
"The 5 Key Constituencies Of The 2020 Democratic Primary."
Now in season five, Windy City LIVE showcases everything and anything Chicago with a blend of talk, entertainment, information and fun.
Eli FinkelIf you're in the Chicago media market and interested in learning about how marriage works today -- and in how to improve your own marriage -- tune in to @WindyCityLive on @abc7chicago from 1-2pm today. We'll be talking about The #AllOrNothingMarriage.
The countercultural revolution of the 1960s and ’70s didn’t get rid of the institution of marriage. It transformed it along class lines.
Eli FinkelNOW LIVE: My new article in @TheAtlantic. Did 1960s liberals, especially feminists, destroy marriage?
Yes, they did. And then they made it much better. With higher wages for the working class/poor, more of us can share in the joy. #AllOrNothingMarriage
Raising children has become significantly more time-consuming and expensive, amid a sense that opportunity has grown more elusive.
Eli FinkelThe Relentlessness of Modern Parenting: "Raising children has become significantly more time-consuming and expensive, amid a sense that opportunity has grown more elusive."
H/T @JenSeniorNY #AllJoyAndNoFun