We are talking about Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty-​First Century,” including its extraordinary publishing history and its subsequent fade from grace. I reviewed the various problems with Pikkety’s theses as they have been noted in the economics literature, and I also proposed my own view of the book’s central problem: that its…

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  • Issue Year 2018
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Outside Neal’s Harness and Tack Shop in northern Lawrence County, cars and pickup trucks park alongside Amish horse-​drawn buggies. A row of gasoline-​powered washing machines, a sideline of Neal’s business, squat in a row beside the entrance.

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  • Sub Heading Community-​supported agriculture helps the Amish stay competitive without compromising
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