Dollars & Sense is a magazine dedicated to providing left-wing perspectives on economics.

Published six times a year since 1974, it is edited by a collective of economists, journalists, and activists committed to the ideals of social justice and economic democracy.

It was initially sponsored by the Union for Radical Political Economics, but as of 1996 it is no longer affiliated with that organization. Today, the magazine is published by the independent Dollars and Sense, Inc., a non-profit foundation based in Boston, Massachusetts. Circulation is about 7,000.

The magazine is aimed at academics, students, and activists in the economic justice, social justice and labor movements.

Dollars & Sense also publishes books on economics from a progressive perspective.

The magazine has been a frequent winner of Project Censored awards.

Among its award-winning articles are:

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