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How modern families increase social inequality | The Economist

November 20, 2019 at 2:14 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

The family has always been a central building block of society But families have changed dramatically in the rich world… …over the past 50 years You may kiss your wonderful life partner and your wife… He knows he has a donor He knows that we’re both his parents He knows he doesn’t have a dad

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“How modern families increase social inequality | The Economist”

Hong Kong protests: what’s at stake for China? | The Economist

August 26, 2019 at 2:30 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

This protester calls himself “Bruce’’ We’ve hidden his face and obscured his voice to protect his identity He’s one of the millions of Hong Kongers taking to the streetsMany people here are wearing face masksPeople are hiding their identitiesThey fear that the government will press chargesWhat started as a protest against an extradition bill… …has

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“Hong Kong protests: what’s at stake for China? | The Economist”

Liberalism: where did it come from and are its days numbered? | The Economist

August 10, 2019 at 11:30 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

What have liberals ever done for us? Sure, they gave us liberty, metropolitan intellectuals, and soy lattes, but where do they come from and why has the liberal elite become a term of abuse? Liberalism is a world view based on liberty and equality of opportunity. Liberals value free trade, open competition, and freedom of

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“Liberalism: where did it come from and are its days numbered? | The Economist”

The data revolution: privacy, politics and predictive policing | The Economist

June 4, 2019 at 12:17 pm | Articles | Ruben Talley -

a revolution is unfolding invisible global and virtually impossible to avoid more than 90% of the world's data appeared in just the past two years transforming everything from retail to medicine many more patients will be cured and many more patients will live but this explosion of data is also raising fundamental questions about democracy

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“The data revolution: privacy, politics and predictive policing | The Economist”