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JUL 31, 2015 - American Prospect

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Racism on Camera

AP Photo/Matt Rourke Philadelphia Police officers demonstrate a body-worn cameras being used as part of a pilot project, Thursday, December 11, 2014.  If you’ve regularly watched the nightly news over the past few years, you might think that the recent arrest and jail-cell death of Sandra Bland in Texas is part of a growing wave of police abuse of black ...

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JUL 31, 2015 - New Statesman

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John Gray: The Friedrich Hayek I knew, and what he got right - and wrong

Hayek’s most striking intellectual trait was one uncommon in academic life – independence of mind, which enabled him to swim against some of the most powerful currents of the age. Habsburg legacy: Hayek was born in Vienna in 1899, into an imperial regime that shaped his thinking about freedom and government. In the 1980s, when F A Hayek was one of ...

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JUL 30, 2015 - Philadelphia Inquirer

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N.J. high court to hear new challenge to pension law

The New Jersey Supreme Court has agreed to hear a challenge to a 2011 law that suspended retirees' cost-of-living-adjustments as part of an overhaul of the pension system for public workers.

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JUL 30, 2015 - New Statesman

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Germany’s triumph: from the ruins of war, how a new European empire was built

European integration was designed to contain Berlin’s power – instead, it has increased it. Ein reich über alles: Hans Burgkmair the Elder's woodcut of 1510 shows a double-heaed eagle, symbol of the Holy Roman empire. Photo: AKG-Images In a blistering speech to the Greek parliament on 15 July, the former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis referred to the harsh “bailout” conditions impos­ed ...

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JUL 29, 2015 - Business Insider

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Disabled Americans are worse off now than they were 25 years ago

Twenty-five years ago this past Sunday, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law. Today, people with disabilities are less likely to be employed than they were before the law was enacted. Workers with disabilities earn, on average, about $14,000 less than similar workers without disabilities. About one in every three disabled Americans lives in poverty. When George ...

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