Sarah Anderson

Sarah Anderson directs the Global Economy Project at the Institute for Policy Studies.

San Franciscans Vote Overwhelmingly to Rein in Overpaid CEOs

The Trump Tax Reform Helped the Billionaire Class, Not the Working Class

Farmers and Meatpackers Are Teaming Up

All the Latest About Trump’s War on Our Public Postal Service

The Fox is Still in the Henhouse at the Post Office

Shrink Wall Street to Guarantee Good Jobs

A For-Profit Postal Service Would Slam Small Businesses

Postal Carriers are Essential Workers…They Need a Stimulus, Too

How to Make the Airline Bailout Work for Workers, Not Just CEOs

War Profiteering is Real

Meet the CEOs Cashing In on Trump’s Aggression Against Iran

A Holiday Comeback for Toys ‘R’ Us?

Some CEOs Earn 1,000 Times More Than Their Workers. Here’s How We Stop That

Where is “Line Worker Barbie”?

We’ve Waited Too Long for Corporations to Fix the CEO Pay Problem on Their Own

America Needs a Long-Term Care Program for Seniors

How Wall Street Drives Gender and Racial Inequality

If You Hate Campaign Season, Blame Money in Politics

The Postal Worker’s Christmas

Any Senior Who Needs Home Care Should Get It

The Future of Unions in the Wake of Janus

When CEO’s Earn 5,000 Times as Much as a Company’s Workers

The Mosquito Gap: Climate Change and Infectious Diseases

Marcus Raskin: The Man Who Named the National Security State

The GOP Tax Plan is Igniting a Movement for a Moral Economy