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The Economist

Racism and homophobia are unacceptable in the workplace. Sexual harassment should be, too
Sexual harassment is common in industries where a small number of men hold a lot of arbitrary power over women
Samuel Taylor Coleridge was born #OnThisDay 1772. Much of his writing has worn badly econ.st/2zolwVq
From a financial point of view, women are better off waiting until they are over 31 to have a baby econ.st/2hRT5bk From @1843mag
100,000 people marched on the Pentagon to protest America's involvement in Vietnam #OnThisDay 1967 econ.st/2yBuKhK
In 2018 it will be cheaper to buy and run an electric car than a petrol or diesel equivalent
President Donald Trump asks for help from China's leader in this week's cartoon from Kal
In his latest cartoon, Kal depicts Xi Jinping's control over China's Communist Party
If this exhibition was put on in China it would be closed down
In our latest cartoon from @kaltoons Donald Trump asks for help from China's leader
“Dynasty”: if you want a trashy soap opera, you’re better off watching the news econ.st/2gTQltY From @1843mag
Xi Jinping confidently controls the Communist Party dragon in @kaltoons cartoon this week
Arthur Rimbaud was born #OnThisDay 1854. For Edmund White he is nothing less than “the father of modern poetry” econ.st/2gwCJYI
Ramen, Japan’s much-loved noodle soup, actually originated in 19th-century China econ.st/2yF8xBt From @1843mag
Democrats should stand up for what they believe in, according to Hillary Clinton, even if it may cost them votes
How Boeing's campaign for tariffs against Bombardier's C-Series jet ended up giving it free to its arch-rival Airbus economist.com/news/business/…
Retweeted by The Economist
The number of words a child hears before the age of five helps determine their future
How babbling to babies can boost their brains
In states like Oklahoma, health insurance markets need resuscitation. The president seems set on causing more pain economist.com/news/united-st…
Retweeted by The Economist
Stay up-to-date with world affairs. Subscribe with our limited-time offer and receive a free Economist notebook econ.st/2gRlIWj
By the age of two there is already a language disparity between rich and poor children
The scramble for the spoils of Islamic State's "caliphate" is bringing forth old rivalries and new conflicts econ.st/2gtsnsH
Globalisation doesn’t work for everyone—here's what can be done about it
 
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