The underlying massive change is that wealth no longer needs to justify itself—it is self-justifying. I look back, and I think, that’s when we gave up on being a ‘we.’
The political future of the discriminatory handshake could be as easy to suspend as the handshake itself—and for perpetuity.
We face a global health crisis and we must be laser-focused on resolving it. But as the coronavirus also takes down our economy, let’s use our response to address an even more potent—albeit slower-moving—threat called climate change.
Fans grieving the absence of sports … are starving for games to return. When they do, sports will once again play the role of national healer.
We need to be aware that this epidemic is far from over.
Conspiracy theories seem especially likely to take hold during disasters and tragedies when people experience a loss of control and are trying to make sense of the world.
I don’t miss the airplanes very much.
I saw every major Democratic presidential candidate over the past year as they came to Dartmouth in the lead-up to the New Hampshire primary.
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