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New York's Looming Food Disaster

In New York City, locating a bite to eat is rarely a difficult task. The city is a food paradise or, depending on your mood, a place of over


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Good thing U.S. terrorist hunters weren't furloughed

For the past five days the pirates had taken hostage Richard Phillips, the American captain of the Maersk Alabama container ship.President B


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Perfect is the Enemy of the Good Work-Life Balance

Twenty-one years ago, as she hurriedly pumped breast milk in a LaGuardia airport bathroom stall between flights,Debora Spar wryly reflected


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The Industrial Policy That America Has Forgotten

Enlightened U.S. policymakers of the post-war era promoted economic inter-dependence as a key to world peace, says Barry Lynn. But today tha


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The Folks Who Sell Your Corn Flakes are Acting Like Goldman Sachs

Enlightened U.S. policymakers of the post-war era promoted economic inter-dependence as a key to world peace, says Barry Lynn. But today tha


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Obama’s Game of Chicken

Lina Khan wrote in Washington Monthly about consolidation in the poultry industry.


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Defining and Measuring Meaningful Broadband Adoption

Greta Byrum and Seeta Peña Gangadharan published an article in the International Journalism of Communication on broadband adoption.


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Is Child-care Policy Today Similar to Past Education Reform?

David Gray argues child-care policy is similar to past efforts at education reform.


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Defining and Measuring Meaningful Broadband Adoption

In many communities, major swaths of the population remain off the digital grid and unable to partake in broadband’s many benefits.


BETTER LIFE LAB
Why Women Still Can't Have It All

A groundbreaking article that disrupted the prevailing notion that work-family balance was within reach for every woman.


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New Leadership at the Administration of Children and Families

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The Real Enemy of Unions

Barry Lynn wrote in Washington Monthly about how small business owners and union members have a shared enemy: monopoly.