The offenses exposed by #MeToo have echoes in other types of professional tyranny.
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The money motive doesn't explain every action in the commercial sphere.
What Bret Easton Ellis’s novel teaches us about capitalism.
Your dignity doesn't come with a price tag—more than likely, it comes with a lot of them.