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Washington: Polarized and paralyzed. #brown Boston.com

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Columns: Most ordinary voters are simply disgusted, and extreme bipartisanship will backfire on both parties.

http://mobile.boston.com/art/67/bostonglobe/editorial_opinion/oped/articles/2…

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Mexico’s Abortion War | Foreign Policy

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Brevity Is Certainly Not the Soul of News, If by News You Mean More Than Information” Washington Diarist: The New Proles | The New Republic

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How the Olympics and other international competitions breed conflict and bring out the worst in human nature

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By Christopher Hitchens
http://www.newsweek.com/id/233007/output/print

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ZENIT – Vatican Economist: Recession Caused by Low Birthrate

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Recession’s Cause: Not Enough Babies, Says Vatican Economist http://www.zenit.org/article-28289?l=english

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Boston.com. How to write an incendiary blog post

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Crazy for Tenure – Page 1 – The Daily Beast

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http://www.thedailybeast.com/blogs-and-stories/2010-02-18/crazy-for-tenure/?c…:mainpromo6

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A Guide to Self-Employment – Business Week

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Take a good look at the Greek financial crisis. America could soon face something very similar. – By Anne Applebaum – Slate Magazine

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http://www.slate.com/id/2244878/

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Reflections on the American dream | Clive Crook’s blog | FT.com

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finding that would surprise most Americans is that the American dream is something of a fraud. Intergenerational social mobility–your chances of moving up from poverty, or down from great wealth–are lower in the US than in most of Europe. This is something I have written about before. Research suggests plenty of mobility in the middle part of US income

http://blogs.ft.com/crookblog/2010/02/reflections-on-the-american-dream/

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