A Jewish perspective on market, justice, and charity

“Not a day goes by when there’s not some concern raised about the state of the economy and how people are faring,” says Curt Biren in this week’s Acton Commentary. “While recent economic growth has been promising, wage growth is lackluster, many say.”
The middle class is shrinking. Continue Reading…
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