David Futrelle

David Futrelle is a former staff writer for Money magazine. He's written for numerous publications, including Salon, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times Book Review. He lives in Chicago.

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Closing the Chore Gap

When you add up paid and unpaid work, it’s women, not men, who put in the longer hours, largely because women tend to do more than their fair share of chores and childrearing. But it’s in men’s best interest, as well as women’s, …

Atlas Shrugonomics

We all feel unappreciated sometimes. It was the particular genius of überlibertarian author Ayn Rand to turn those hurt feelings into a political movement of sorts, at least in the fictional world of her massive novel Atlas

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