The federal government will provide $19 billion to the provinces and territories to help fund a "safe restart" of the Canadian economy, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today.
Josh McCabeAFAIK this $19B in federal aid to provinces promised in July is all that’s been done in Canada so far.
In contrast, US federal government provided $150B to S&L governments back in March and there are negotiations to provide more funding happening now.
Changes in US state policies since the 1970s, particularly after 2010, have played an important role in the stagnation and recent decline in US life expectancy.
Some US state polici...
Josh McCabeIt's based on a new paper that is available as open access (shout out to Milbank Quarterly for that!). I read it and I'm a bit confused so I'm hoping someone with a more quantitative background can help clarify things for me.
The Journal of Politics features balanced treatments of research in all subfields of political science, including American politics, comparative politics, international relations, political theory, and political methodology.
Jonathan B. Imber, Jean Glasscock Professor of Sociology at Wellesley College and editor in chief of the journal Society, said in a statement that he regrets publishing a commentary by Lawrence M. Mead that many scholars say is racist. Publishing...
People living the ‘Suburban Lifestyle Dream’ tend to support recent protests and disapprove of the president’s handling of race.
Josh McCabeGood news: Trump’s suburban dog whistles are unlikely to be electorally effective.
Bad news: Trump’s suburban dog whistles are unlikely to make all those liberals at BLM protests any more likely to support affordable housing.
RACIAL INEQUITY in Massachusetts is largely attributable to discriminatory housing policies. High levels of segregation keep people of color from experiencing equal access to employment and educational opportunities, clean air and safe...
Josh McCabeIt looks like CommonWealth is full of pro-housing goodness today: “However, Housing Choice is also about eliminating the use of zoning as a means to prevent people of color from moving into predominantly white suburban communities.”