Americans Seem to Love, and Hate, Both Market Economies and Democracy; Also, Toxic Productivity in the 21st Century

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana consider why the affinity many Americans profess for things like democracy and market economies often appears to be very conditional on the outcome being produced(01:34).  The guys also discuss the idea of toxic productivity and how the feeling that one needs to be accessible and productive may be harmful for our health (36:31).

Do Americans Still Care About Democracy? (Bloomberg)

Bellyaching and howls vs. NIL can’t stop American commerce — and don’t expect Congress to stop it (Yahoo! Sports)

What are the most important American values? (USAHello)

The Dangerous Trap of Toxic Productivity—and How to Break the Cycle (Real Simple) (Apple News Link)

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