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The Atlantic Summit on the Economy

The Atlantic Summit on the Economy
theatlantic.com — Recession or expansion? Domestic growth or global decline? Government spending or austerity? Europe with or without the UK? Does China's slowdown matter? Tax reform or more taxes? Stability or volatility? These are some of the questions to be tackled at The Atlantic's 5th annual Summit on the Economy.

Atlantic Readers Respond to Neal Gabler on the Financial Shame of America's Middle Class

Atlantic Readers Respond to Neal Gabler on the Financial Shame of America's Middle Class
theatlantic.com — With the launch of our new cover story, "The Secret Shame of Middle-Class Americans," we're inviting readers to share their own stories of financial impotence.

How to Fix Work-Life Balance

How to Fix Work-Life Balance
theatlantic.com — The problem isn't so much not having it all, but having way too much. Please consider disabling it for our site, or supporting our work in one of these ways Subscribe Now > A&Q is a special series that inverts the classic Q&A, taking some of the most frequently posed solutions to pressing matters of policy and exploring their complexity.

Marriage Won't Cure Poverty, but Two Incomes Will

Marriage Won't Cure Poverty, but Two Incomes Will
theatlantic.com — For years, conservatives have been saying that wedlock is a ticket out of destitution. So why are so many married people poor? Please consider disabling it for our site, or supporting our work in one of these ways Subscribe Now >

A Man Who Saw Lincoln Get Shot in 1865 Was on a TV Show in 1956

A Man Who Saw Lincoln Get Shot in 1865 Was on a TV Show in 1956
theatlantic.com — The America of Lincoln and the Civil War can feel like distant history, but every now and then, through the appearance of what Jason Kottke has called a "human wormhole," we are confronted with the brevity of a century and a half. The above video captures this phenomenon succinctly.

The hidden cost of learning & innovation

The hidden cost of learning & innovation
censemaking.com — The costs of books, materials, tuition, or conference fees often distort the perception of how much learning costs, creating larger distortions in how we perceive knowledge to benefit us. By looking at what price we pay for integrating knowledge and experience we might re-valuate what we need, what we have and what we pay attention to...

Stanford Researchers: It Is Trivially Easy to Match Metadata to Real People

Stanford Researchers: It Is Trivially Easy to Match Metadata to Real People
theatlantic.com — In defending the NSA's telephony metadata collection efforts, government officials have repeatedly resorted to one seemingly significant detail: This is just metadata-numbers dialed, lengths of calls. "There are no names, there's no content in that database," President Barack Obama told Charlie Rose in June. No names; just metadata.

Why Americans Work So Much Despite Economist John Maynard Keynes's Prediction

Why Americans Work So Much Despite Economist John Maynard Keynes's Prediction
theatlantic.com — The economist John Maynard Keynes predicted a society so prosperous that people would hardly have to work. But that isn't exactly how things have played out. How will we all keep busy when we only have to work 15 hours a week?

Il pianeta può essere salvato?

Il pianeta può essere salvato?
znetitaly.altervista.org — di vari autori - 29 dicembre 2015 Esperti di ecologia, salvaguardia dell'ambiente e cambiamento climatico offrono i loro motivi di ottimismo e di angoscia entrando nel 2016. I due termini "clima" e "cambiamento" sono così regolarmente uniti che semplicemente pronunciarli in coppia - "cambiamento del clima" - sembra in qualche modo oscurare il vero peso del fenomeno che descrivono, per non parlare delle sue conseguenze.

Should Parents Give Their Kids Everything They Want for Christmas?

Should Parents Give Their Kids Everything They Want for Christmas?
theatlantic.com — A conversation with the sociologist Allison Pugh, who studies why children want what they want and how moms and dads navigate those desires Please consider disabling it for our site, or supporting our work in one of these ways Subscribe Now >
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May 03, 2016

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Apr 29, 2016

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Apr 21, 2016

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Apr 21, 2016

RT @gillianbwhite: As part of our True Money Stories project I wrote about the role race plays in financial instability: theatlantic.com/business/archi…AfyD0

Apr 21, 2016

.@gillianbwhite on the chasm between black and white families when it comes to financial well-being theatlantic.com/business/archi…


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