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The tools for making sound decisions are available. Not to rely on them is a choice presidents make with tragic consequences.
SOURCE: The Conversation
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Persuading others – or even yourself – what is true is not a challenge unique to the modern era. Even the ancient Greeks had to confront different realities.
SOURCE: Washington Post
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A Cold War dichotomy pitting capitalism and democracy versus state control misreads history.
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