Monthly Archives: August 2016

15 crucial and overlooked events of the past 30 years

History is often trapped in a rut of grand political narratives. Elections, wars, dynasties, the conquests of “great men;” seldom do we peer past this pageant to see the machinery at work in the background. Look carefully at the past

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Link Roundup, 8/1/2016

From the New York Times: Dropping the Trans-Pacific partnership is a bad idea. From the Daily Beast: Polls have always said we’re “on the wrong track.” Expectation bias and flawed polls. From Scientific American: Research is questioning the value of

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