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Economy & Work

Tuesday, Oct 30, 2018

In response to corruption and economic turmoil, Brazil turns to the right in Sunday’s presidential election Why order is a precondition for liberty in a representative democracy A moral revolution in primetime: What the record number of LGBTQ characters on TV tells us about this cultural moment Why cultural bankruptcy is a far more serious concern than corporate bankruptcy

October 30, 2018



The Briefing 06-28-16

In landmark case, SCOTUS doubles down on "constitutional" right to an abortion invented 40 yrs. ago Ex-Gov. of Virginia avoids conviction in unanimous SCOTUS decision upholding due process Most British millennials were strongly against Brexit—but not enough to vote.

June 28, 2016

United States

The Briefing 05-04-16

Crisis in American democracy: Indiana primary seals radical redefinition of political landscape

May 4, 2016



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