Amazon’s Absent Altruism (Part III of IV)

By now, hopefully readers are familiar with Amazon and its business practices. If not, I recommend reading the previous two installments in this series. This post will examine Amazon’s relationships with local, state, and federal government(s) and will be the last one in Continue reading


Antitrust(worthy) Amazon (Part II of IV)

Welcome back to this series on Amazon, Inc. If you missed the first installment, “Stop Using Amazon (Part I of IV),” I recommend reading it first for an introduction to this topic. Last week, I critiqued Amazon for its relationships with its employees. This post, however, Continue reading

A Great Read – Evicted

The LWVLA had a great June book group meeting discussing the book Evicted: Poverty & Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond.  The discussion was enhanced by the presence of former Bucknell University professor John Peeler and Diane Meixell, a League member with years of experience as a board member with our local housing authority.  Thank you John & Diane for sharing your knowledge and insights.

For those of you who did not make the book group meeting, I wanted to share with you Professor John Peeler’s summary of the book:

EVICTED: Poverty and Profit in the American City

by Matthew Desmond

 John Peeler Continue reading

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