A new issue of Pathways is out. Stanley Feldman (Stony Brook), Cindy D. Kam (Vanderbilt) and Steven M. Fazzari and Steven S. Smith (WUSTL): Public Attitudes about Macroeconomic Policy in the US. Robert A. Moffitt (Johns Hopkins): The Great Recession and the Social Safety Net. From Dollars and Sense, John Miller on why the chained CPI is bad for seniors and for accuracy; and unemployment is down, so what's the problem? Stanley Aronowitz on reversing the labor movement’s free fall. The hourglass society: Stewart Lansley on America and its discontents. Mike Alberti and Kevin C. Brown on the rise and fall of guaranteed income. A “class traitor” shows a system at its breaking point and names the twenty-four Americans who can fix it: Ciara Torres-Spelliscy reviews Citizens DisUnited: Passive Investors, Drone CEOs, and the Corporate Capture of the American Dream by Robert A.G. Monks.