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  • 13 Feb 2009

    New York: finance capital for long?

    Richard Florida (The Rise of the Creative Class) wrote an interesting long piece in The Atlantic focusing on the shocks to urban areas as high finance crumbles. Will the big job losses mean that the center of gravity in the financial world shifts elsewhere? For Dr. Florida, probably not. He cites Cambridge author Yousef Cassis […]

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  • 27 Aug 2008

    The Clinton Memos

    Wow. They had a lot of issues, didn’t they? A lot of sites are chattering about the article in this month’s Atlantic on Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Joshua Green was able to get a hold of internal memos from clashing factions, and plot a very good timeline rife with shifting priorities, competing strategies, and decisions that […]

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  • 22 Aug 2008

    Darwin Letter Friday

    Charles on the American Civil War Darwin writes the great American botanist Asa Gray during a turbulent point in American history. Darwin’s feelings on slavery were very pronounced; ever since his Beagle voyage saw witness to a great deal of slave brutality. The Maryland slaves that he refers to were not freed, since the state […]

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