Mark Paul, William Darity Jr., & Darrick Hamilton
Mark Paul is a postdoctoral associate at the Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University and a visiting fellow at the Roosevelt Institute.
William Darity, Jr. is the Samuel DuBois Cooke Professor of Public Policy, and professor of African and African American Studies and economics at Duke University.
Darrick Hamilton is professor of economics and urban policy at the Milano School of International Affairs and professor of management and urban polic at the New School for Social Research.
In 1944, Franklin Roosevelt proposed constitutional amendments to guarantee Americans’ fundamental economic rights. It was never adopted—and today, is more necessary than ever. Here’s an adaptation of his program for our time.Mark Paul, William Darity Jr., & Darrick HamiltonMar 05, 2018
Truly fixing the American economy requires full employment, as Franklin Roosevelt proposed 74 years ago. And that can't be done through the private sector alone.Mark Paul, William Darity Jr., & Darrick HamiltonFeb 12, 2018