Tom Donlan

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Editorial Page Editor for Barron's, a national business and financial weekly, published by Dow Jones & Company; author of A World of Wealth: How Capitalism Turns Profit into Progress

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Five days before the Iowa caucuses, the presidential campaigns of both political parties are more chaotic than ever.

Economic Inequality Fuels an Angry Electorate

Five days before the Iowa caucuses, the presidential campaigns of both political parties are more chaotic than ever.

from To the Point

Today's Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped over yesterday's record high. It's a "golden age" for corporate profits, which are the largest share of the economy since 1950.

Is Economic Recovery Increasing Economic Inequality?

Today's Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped over yesterday's record high. It's a "golden age" for corporate profits, which are the largest share of the economy since 1950.

from To the Point

Republicans warned about voter fraud in last year's elections, while Democrats said the big threat to a fair outcome was voter ID.

Gerrymandering and Political Gridlock on Capitol Hill

Republicans warned about voter fraud in last year's elections, while Democrats said the big threat to a fair outcome was voter ID.

from To the Point

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