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Boston Review: Everyday Economists
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Knowable Magazine: Archaeology of the 99%
Aeon: What big history says about how royal women exercise power
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Science Blog: Decentralising Science May Lead To More Reliable Results
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Daily Kos: Overnight News Digest: Study explains universal pattern
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This Week In Science: Live from the Interplanetary Festival
APS Physics: Raissa D’Souza Appointed Lead Editor of Physical Review Research
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Washington Post: It’s time we tear up our economics textbooks and start over