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An elegy for the economist who best explains the Trump administration
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I know the fears of immigrants in the schools I oversee. I was undocumented myself.
D.C.’s superintendent is worried about the impact of the current climate on students.
 
Keeping my kids with diabetes alive costs thousands a year. Trumpcare terrifies me.
Their preexisting conditions could mean bankruptcy — or worse.
 
Wage and price growth ain’t what they used to be, even at low unemployment. Here’s what that implies for policy.
Both wage and price growth have become less responsive to low unemployment. Policy needs to catch up with that fact.
 
Is the U.S. labor market finally at full employment? Not according to the inflation numbers.
If we’re at full employment, we should be seeing faster price growth.
 
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