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Understanding others, pondering possible futures: The Rule of the Clan

October 18, 2013

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One ponders in the wake of Congress’s recent debacle: Is the United States inching closer to the rule of clan? Such thinking is probably far-fetched, but it is no longer impossibly remote.

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A round-up of thoughtful thinkers thinking thoughtfully — I think

September 14, 2010

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I’m still floored by yesterday’s discovery. It’s as if I unearthed a thirst-quenching pool in a dune-filled desert. I actually stumbled across depth, insight and acumen. Really. No kidding. Thinkers are thinking after all. There is wisdom beyond the rants of talking heads — and the people in the street (or at their laptops, at least) deserve to know. Today’s mission is to bring their thoughts to the foreground. Call this a “brain-power round up.”

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