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On the Meaning of “Middle Class” and the State of the Middle Class

By Dr. Nicholas Partyka Source: The Hampton Institute When politicians talk, one of the recurring themes about which they spew platitudes is the economy. It would be the subject of another essay to unpack what is meant by “the economy” … Continue reading

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Juxtaposing Anarchy: From Chaos to Cause

By Colin Jenkins Source: The Hampton Institute Anarchy is synonymous with chaos and disorder. It is a term that stands in direct contrast to the archetype of society we have become accustomed to: hierarchical, highly-structured, and authoritative. Because of this, … Continue reading

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Zombie Apocalypse and the Politics of Artificial Scarcity

By Colin Jenkins Source: The Hampton Institute Dystopian narratives have long been an alluring and thought-provoking form of entertainment, especially for those who take an interest in studying social and political structures. From classics like Nineteen Eighty-Four and Brave New … Continue reading

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