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Magazine articles on ancient and modern culture issues.
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December 2008
Katherine Mangu-Ward
Lo-Cal So-Cal? Los Angeles passes a law requiring restaurants with more than 15 locations to post calorie counts on their menu boards, following the model of the Big Apple, whose menu labeling rules went into effect on August 1. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
December 2008
Greg Beato
The Spin We Love to Hate Do we really want news without a point of view? mark for My Articles 1 similar article
December 2008
Veronique de Rugy
Are You Better off Than You Were 40 Years Ago? Many libertarians, eyeing the relentless expansion of the state, worry that freedom is marching backward. But are we really worse off than we were 40 years ago? mark for My Articles 22 similar articles
December 2008
Brian Doherty
40 Years of Free Minds and Free Markets When reason began in 1968, it was just one of many mimeographed zines then pushing a mostly obscure political vision known as libertarianism. Forty years later, long after such titles as Living Free, Bull$heet, and others have fallen by the wayside, reason endures. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
November 20, 2008
David Rocks
India's Design Boom Offshore and domestic customers seek an edge to satisfy India's consumers, who have more money to spend and are demanding better products mark for My Articles 534 similar articles
Financial Planning
December 1, 2008
Marion Asnes
We Are So Rich We Americans are incredibly rich, and the December holidays are a perfect time to remind ourselves of that fact. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
November 20, 2008
Ken Gregg
Is J.K. Rowling a libertarian? What does the Harry Potter series tell us about government and bureaucracy? mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
The Motley Fool
November 20, 2008
Tim Beyers
Let Obama Be Obama Presidents don't typically email or carry digital devices; security is too big a concern. Does this mean President-elect Obama will have to give up his BlackBerry? mark for My Articles 307 similar articles
November 2008
Jon Billman
Roads to Quoz William Least Heat-Moon is back in the driver's seat. And though he's given up sleeping in his '75 Ford Econoline, he's still a helluva road-tripper. In Roads to Quoz, Heat-Moon not only stops at every historical marker; he devotes entire chapters to them. mark for My Articles
The Motley Fool
November 14, 2008
Andy Louis-Charles
Fool Interview: Seth Godin on "Tribes" A short interview with Seth Godin, author of Tribes: We Need You to Lead Us, about how tribal management has dominated our current marketing era. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
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