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Twain biographer Justin Kaplan dies, taught at Ho...
Justin Kaplan, a Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and mainstay of Cambridge and Truro literary life, died Sunday at Mount Auburn Hospital. He was 88. The cause of death was complications from...
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First memoirs: Can a president rewrite his story?
According to literary agent Andrew Wylie, President Barack Obama's post-White House memoir could fetch an advance of up to $20 million. First lady Michelle Obama's memoir, which she has apparently...
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How To Identify Economic Zombies
Economics is not a difficult subject, unless you try to learn it from an economist. As described by
John Kenneth Galbraith
, who posed as an economist but was far better as a critic: Economics is a...
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Bitcoin Falls Victim to Galbraith's 'Bezzle'
Something else that’s vanished is Mt. Gox’s chief executive, Mark Karpeles, whose last communication was an e-mail to reporters in which he said, “We should have an official announcement ready...
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Banking on Never-Ending Power and Rights
... is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford Banking and...
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Obama, first lady memoirs could earn millions
Published: Sunday, February 23, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Obama, first lady memoirs could earn millions According to literary agent Andrew Wylie, President Barack Obama�s post-White House memoir could fetch...
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The failure of Obama's aristocracy of merit
Barack Obama has built a top-and-bottom coalition -- academics and gentry liberals, blacks and... The roots of American liberalism are not compassion but snobbery. That's the thesis of Fred Siegel's...
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School closures due to shrinking enrollments are not new, but the outcomes are rarely better-educated students. Consider that small one or two-room rural schools initiated the educations of John...
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