Posts Tagged ‘Hillary Clinton’

  • Pantsuits Convey Power

    Power and Pantsuits

    Nov 29, 12 • 257 Views • Economic History, Gender Issues, Labor, UncategorizedNo Comments

    Today, some thoughts about pantsuits and power. One scholarly analysis of Hillary Clinton’s pantsuits concluded that they displayed her toughness. In a Harper’s Bazaar interview, Nancy Pelosi is asked, “How many pantsuits do you have?” Her answer:

  • Obama/Biden and Romney/Ryan Issues

    Election Economics: The Economics of Foreign Policy

    Oct 22, 12 • 289 Views • Economic Debates, Economic History, Environment, Financial Markets, Government, International Trade and Finance, Macroeconomic Measurement, Uncategorized, US Presidential ElectionNo Comments

    Although tonight’s presidential debate is about foreign policy, perhaps the real focus is the economy. More than 200 years ago, Alexander Hamilton created the connection between economic policy and foreign policy. By funding the Revolutionary War