There needs to be a better balancing of burden and benefits among America's generations.
For Robert Samuelson's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
The U.S.-China trade war will have major consequences.
The world's third largest economy is slowly going out of business; its population is shrinking and it resists immigration.
His goals are worthy — and utopian.
Could a wide-sweeping decline in religious beliefs be one of the underlying causes?
Cheer up, innovation also creates employment.
A new book offers some answers and sensible suggestions to reduce the odds of a future crisis.
A new article warns that the economy might be on the edge of a giant "wealth bubble" that will collapse with possibly dire consequences.
Americans now broadly support government programs that would be considered socialism in other countries.
The budget proposal is riddled with gimmicks and unrealistic assumptions.