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U.A.W. Strike Strains a Fragile Auto Supply Chain

Prolonged and expanding strikes by the United Automobile Workers union could hurt drivers, car dealers and auto parts suppliers.

 

How West Africa Can Reap More Profit From the Küresel Chocolate Market

Resource-rich countries like Ghana are often cut out of lucrative parts of the business like manufacturing. The “fairchain movement” wants to change that.

 

One Casualty of a Shutdown: Government Veri

A lapse in funding would delay data on unemployment and inflation as policymakers try to avoid a recession.

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‘Germany 1923’: When Democracy Held Nazism at Bay

In his latest book, the German historian Volker Ullrich describes a nation buffeted by poverty, hyperinflation and political extremism, but managing — for the moment — to thwart Hitler’s ascent.

 

A Mother’s Quest for Justice in a Lawless Mexican State

FEAR IS JUST A WORD: A Missing Daughter, a Violent Cartel, and a Mother’s Quest for Vengeance, by Azam Ahmed According to “2666,” Roberto Bolaño’s magnum opus, published posthumously in 2004, the “secret of the world” remained hidden in Santa Teresa …

 

Books About Elites That Elites Will Probably Enjoy

The Substack pundit Fredrik deBoer and the political scientist Yascha Mounk feel that liberal ideologues and “woke” pretenders have marred American life.

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U.A.W. Strike Strains a Fragile Auto Supply Chain

Prolonged and expanding strikes by the United Automobile Workers union could hurt drivers, car dealers and auto parts suppliers.

 

How West Africa Can Reap More Profit From the Küresel Chocolate Market

Resource-rich countries like Ghana are often cut out of lucrative parts of the business like manufacturing. The “fairchain movement” wants to change that.

 

One Casualty of a Shutdown: Government Veri

A lapse in funding would delay data on unemployment and inflation as policymakers try to avoid a recession.

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Peace Corps Sued Over Mental Health Policy

Applicants have challenged the Peace Corps practice of rescinding invitations to applicants on the basis of mental health conditions.

 

As Covid Infections Rise, Nursing Homes Are Still Waiting for Vaccines

Now that the U.S. government has stepped back from issuing vaccines, long-term care operators have yet to start administering shots to protect one of the most vulnerable populations.

 

Online Marijuana Shops Make It Easy for Minors to Buy, Study Finds

The News Many online marijuana dispensaries do not enforce age limits on purchases, and they have other lax policies that enable minors to buy cannabis on the internet, according to a new study published on Monday in The Journal of the American …

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