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Wednesday Links

  1. Is this how Biden blows it? (The Atlantic).
  2. We’ll never know the pandemic’s true toll on the working class (The New Republic).
  3. What should the Democrats do now? (Slate).
  4. A dangerous moment for the Supreme Court (The New Yorker).
  5. Where was the battery at Tesla’s battery day? (Wired).
  6. Why did I think she wouldn’t die? (New York Magazine).
  7. Future of the middle class (Brookings Institution).
  8. Key trends in the global economy through 2030 (CSIS).
  9. Rising hunger: facing a food-insecure world (Council on Foreign Relations).
  10. The day after: navigating a post-pandemic world (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace).
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Tuesday Links

  1. The Nikola scandal is a cautionary tale (The New Republic).
  2. If you care about the court, don’t talk about it (The Atlantic).
  3. It’s not hypocrisy (Slate).
  4. How should America regulate TikTok and other Chinese tech companies? (Marginal Revolution).
  5. The cheating scandal that ripped the poker world apart (Wired).
  6. The human cost of the WeChat ban (MIT Technology Review).
  7. The legal fight awaiting us after the election (The New Yorker).
  8. McMaster on America’s enemies (Ritholtz).
  9. On publishing and open access (Duck of Minerva).
  10. Yanis Varoufakis’s diary (New Statesman).
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Monday Links

  1. The mighty Ruth Bader Ginsburg (The New Republic).
  2. McConnell is inventing excuses to grab RBG’s seat (Slate).
  3. 200,000 Americans are dead (The New Yorker).
  4. In search of a US beyond coronavirus (New Statesman).
  5. When the Republican Party was sane (Ritholtz).
  6. The U.S. is on the path to destruction (The Atlantic).
  7. Automation, training, and the middle class (Brookings Institution).
  8. My favourite new investing app on Earth (The Reformed Broker).
  9. Scenes from the Supreme Court vigil (New York Magazine).
  10. Deportation nation (New York Review of Books).
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Friday Links

  1. Corporate America and QAnon’s joint mission to let the world burn (The New Republic).
  2. Is Biden blowing it with Latino voters? (Slate).
  3. The Facebook defectors turning Trump’s strategy against him (Wired).
  4. Zoom fatigue and the new ways to party (The New Yorker).
  5. Noam Chomsky: the world is at the most dangerous moment in human history (New Statesman).
  6. Why U.S. wildfires will only get worse (Council on Foreign Relations).
  7. Affirming American leadership: a call to action (CSIS).
  8. The international game theory of vaccines (Marginal Revolution).
  9. The day after: navigating a post-pandemic world (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace).
  10. Introducing the RAND space enterprise initiative (RAND Corporation).
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Thursday Links

  1. The recurring trauma of California’s wildfires (The New Yorker).
  2. The great British humbling (The Atlantic).
  3. A diversity of terrible bosses (The New Republic).
  4. The voting bloc most likely to make Trump a one-term President (Slate).
  5. Netflix’s Reed Hastings on broadening your horizons (Wired).
  6. U.S. trade and economic leadership in the next decade (CSIS).
  7. Trump wouldn’t change a thing (Vanity Fair).
  8. We need to go to Venus as soon as possible (MIT Technology Review).
  9. Live from New York once again (New York Magazine).
  10. Incentives matter, high school college football divorce edition (Marginal Revolution).
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Wednesday Links

  1. Broadcasting Joe Biden’s economic program (The New Yorker).
  2. The bunker magnates hate to say they told you so (The Atlantic).
  3. What really led to the collapse of Australia’s aged-care system (The Saturday Paper).
  4. The phrase that explains why the pandemic has been so devastating (Slate).
  5. The significance of the Israel-UAE deal (CSIS).
  6. How to make the UN relevant again (Council on Foreign Relations).
  7. Early Oscar buzz from a very strange season (Vanity Fair).
  8. Bill Gates on the pandemic (New York Magazine).
  9. Green vs. green: whose side are you on? (Marginal Revolution).
  10. The most hysterical worst-case election scenario (The New Republic).
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Tuesday Links

  1. How corporations pillaged the free market (The New Republic).
  2. Alexander Vindman: Trump is Putin’s ‘useful idiot’ (The Atlantic).
  3. The schools that didn’t close (The New Yorker).
  4. Is there life on Venus? (Wired).
  5. What does Tenet’s rough run mean for blockbusters? (Vanity Fair).
  6. Yoshihide Suga – Japan’s new leader (CSIS).
  7. Sustaining the undersea advantage (Hudson Institute).
  8. What to know about the Afghan peace talks (Council on Foreign Relations).
  9. U.S. economic growth has not been shared evenly since 1974 (RAND Corporation).
  10. Beating the S&P 500 for 30 years (Ritholtz).
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Monday Links

  1. Who are America’s jihadists? (RAND Corporation).
  2. Donald Trump is waiting for you in first class (The Atlantic).
  3. America’s callous indifference to death (The New Republic).
  4. Everyone wants to crack down on China – except Silicon Valley (Wired).
  5. The case for dumping the electoral college (The New Yorker).
  6. Trump to “negotiate” third term (Slate).
  7. Making order of the breakdown (New York Review of Books).
  8. California can’t afford to wait for climate action (New York Magazine).
  9. Rethink crisis response (Reason).
  10. North Korea’s triple whammy (CSIS).

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Friday Links

  1. The flawed genius of the Constitution (The Atlantic).
  2. Drilling for oil while California burns (The New Republic).
  3. Those orange Western skies and the science of light (Wired).
  4. Bob Woodward on a nightmare Presidency (The New Yorker).
  5. Why Woodward’s book won’t break through (New York Magazine).
  6. Just how big a deal are the new Oscar rules? (Vanity Fair).
  7. How a new alliance of democracies could counter Russia and China (New Statesman).
  8. On audiobooks (Marginal Revolution).
  9. Labor market woes continue in August (CSIS).
  10. Russian hackers are targeting both US parties, Microsoft says (FinancialTimes).
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Thursday Links

  1. Tyler Cowen chats with Matt Yglesias (Marginal Revolution).
  2. We are facing a K-shaped economic recovery (CNBC).
  3. The WEIRDest people in the world: a review (Quillette).
  4. Randall Collins’ blog (The Sociological Eye).
  5. Is America a myth? (The New Yorker).
  6. The instant nostalgia of the televised campaign (The New Republic).
  7. Why is the DOJ intervening in E. Jean Carroll’s suit against Trump? (MotherJones).
  8. The incredible shrinking third party voter (Reason).
  9. We sued Betsy DeVos – and won (Southern Poverty Law Center).
  10. How Joe Biden could still lose the US presidential election (New Statesman).