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Tuesday Links

  1. The people Trump is coming home to (The Atlantic).
  2. A dangerous year in America enters its most dangerous month (Wired).
  3. Three scenarios for the future of climate change (The New Yorker).
  4. Is Donald Trump dying? (The New Republic).
  5. Mike Pence and Kamala Harris should not debate in person (Slate).
  6. How do you cover an Administration that has lost touch with reality? (The Nation).
  7. Actions in anticipation of Iranian elections (CSIS).
  8. Corporate bond market dysfunction during COVID-19 (Brookings Institution).
  9. A new Cold War (Financial Times).
  10. Pivoting during lockdown (Ritholtz).
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Monday Links

  1. The challenge of observing American democracy (The Atlantic).
  2. Biden should be worried (The New Republic).
  3. Many top AI researchers get financial backing from big tech (Wired).
  4. The Sackler family’s plans to keep its billions (The New Yorker).
  5. The animal-protection movement is everything that ‘woke’ activism isn’t (National Review).
  6. How Donald Trump can stage a political comeback (The National Interest).
  7. The new age of misogyny (New Statesman).
  8. What to consider when making big purchases (Ritholtz).
  9. Rulesy folks push paternalism (Overcoming Bias).
  10. The pandemic has turned The Office into a premature time capsule (Slate).
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Sunday Links

  1. A White House living in denial confronts reality (New York Times).
  2. Could Trump have infected Biden? (The Atlantic).
  3. Electoral chaos might ensue if Biden or Trump is forced out of the race (Slate).
  4. The Covid information war is entering a frightening new phase (Wired).
  5. Covid-19 and the threat within the White House (The New Yorker).
  6. Trump’s history of deception magnifies the chaos of his Covid-19 diagnosis (The New Republic).
  7. Dave Portnoy on the business of sports media (Ritholtz).
  8. Crisis in the Caucasus (New Statesman).
  9. Preparing the workforce for 2030 (CSIS).
  10. Covid-19 diagnosis provides an October surprise (Council on Foreign Relations).
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Tuesday Links

  1. The Amy Coney Barrett discourse is a trap (The New Republic).
  2. The Fox News powder keg (The Atlantic).
  3. The students left behind by remote learning (The New Yorker).
  4. Decoupling: separation or divorce? (CSIS).
  5. Donald Trump’s taxes: will the $750 revelation matter? (New Statesman).
  6. Trump’s tax situation (Ritholtz).
  7. The most brazen trick Trump tried to pull on his taxes (Slate).
  8. The wealthy are the real welfare queens and Donald Trump is their king (MotherJones).
  9. Is Trump’s TikTok vendetta misplaced? (Vanity Fair).
  10. What’s going on with Brexit (Council on Foreign Relations).

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Monday Links

  1. Trump’s taxes show chronic losses and years of tax avoidance (New York Times).
  2. No other Western democracy allows this (The Atlantic).
  3. The unbearable realism of The Comey Rule (The New Republic).
  4. Would Biden or Trump end America’s forever wars? (New Statesman).
  5. Was the identity of Q really just revealed? Everything we know (Slate).
  6. Stacey Abrams on how we’ll beat back voter suppression (Wired).
  7. How corporations pillaged the free market (Ritholtz).
  8. The Magnus Carlsen slide deck (Twitter).
  9. The digital divide and COVID-19 (RAND Corporation).
  10. Inside the Outpost (CSIS).
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Friday Links

  1. Trump’s September outrages are testing the limits of shock (The New Yorker).
  2. Dumplings unwrapped (New Statesman).
  3. Bill Gates: the pandemic has erased years of progress (The Atlantic).
  4. How not to ruin your mail-in ballot (Slate).
  5. Solve for the Seattle equilibrium (Marginal Revolution).
  6. The forgotten feminists of the backlash decade (The New Republic).
  7. An Oscar contender considers the white working class (National Review).
  8. Justice, finally, for a war crime in El Salvador (The Nation).
  9. Trump is trashing the Constitution to stay in power (MotherJones).
  10. Mapping the U.S. pivot in Europe (Council on Foreign Relations).
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Thursday Links

  1. Freedom Day, 1963: A lost interview with James Baldwin (The New Yorker).
  2. The case for calling climate change “genocide” (The New Republic).
  3. The election that could break America (The Atlantic).
  4. Impeach Bill Barr (Slate).
  5. The 10 most useless phrases in financial markets (Ritholtz).
  6. Household net worth explodes: what are your thoughts? (The Reformed Broker).
  7. How close is a coronavirus vaccine? (Financial Times).
  8. Early pandemic bets paid off big for handful of Asia hedge funds (Bloomberg).
  9. Our nation of immigrants: the economics of immigration (Brookings Institution).
  10. Reset the table: food security (CSIS).
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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).