June 01, 2018

A blackboard in the Senate Office Building shows the record of numbers picked in the first military draft, in Washington, D.C., July 20, 1917. Credit: AP Photo

First: We ask a couple of public opinion experts how technology has made polling more convenient but less consistent - and what they see coming in 2018.

Then: Have you ever wondered who really owns that quaint craft beer you love? We investigate why large corporations often buy out their smaller, less-efficient competitors - and how limiting competition is bad news for both consumers and workers. 

Finally: Economist John Quiggin tells us why he thinks generational labels like baby boomer and millennial are completely meaningless.

John Quiggin, David Wessel, Courtney Kennedy, Fred Yang

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