Kuttner, Robert

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KUTTNER, Robert

KUTTNER, Robert. American. Genres: Economics, Politics/Government. Career: Washington Post, Washington, DC, national staff writer, early 1970s; American Prospect: A Journal for the Liberal Imagination, founder, c. 1990, editor (with others), c. 1990-; Village Voice, NYC, editor of Washington, DC, affairs; Working Papers for a New Society, editor-in-chief; New Republic, economics editor; Business Week, contributing columnist; also worked as a syndicated columnist. Has worked in noncommercial radio and television in California; instructor at Brandeis University and Boston University, both Boston, MA, the University of Massachusetts, and Harvard University's John F. Kennedy Institute of Politics, Cambridge, MA. Has served as chief investigator for the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, the executive director of U.S. president Jimmy Carter's National Commission on Neighborhoods, and as the founder and board member of the Economic Policy Institute. Has made appearances on National Public Radio (NPR), and on television programs. Publications: NONFICTION: Revolt of the Haves: Tax Rebellions and Hard Times, 1980; The Economic Illusion: False Choices between Prosperity and Social Justice, 1984; The Life of the Party: Democratic Prospects in 1988 and Beyond, 1987; Managed Trade and Economic Sovereignty, 1989; The End of Laissez Faire: National Purpose and the Global Economy after the Cold War, 1991; (ed.) Ticking Time Bombs: The New Conservative Assaults on Democracy, 1996; Everything for Sale: The Virtues and Limits of Markets, 1997. Contributor to periodicals. Address: American Prospect: A Journal for the Liberal Imagination, 6 University Rd., Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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