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Readers Write: Why suicide rate fell in Japan; Gun ownership for self-defense is based on fear
Is the US a nation of dependents?
Welfare. Old elephants. And the entitlement cliff.
Is there such a thing as too much energy?
The ideal economy: How do we get what we really want?
Hitler and the false lure of more is better
Are economists useful anymore?
Defense spending and the declining 'bang' for the buck
Mario Draghi's big bazooka: a weapon, not a cure
Falling retail sales could spell recession
France's debt crisis could doom the European Union
On the prowl for insight into economists
A crisis veiled in public spectacle
Did the Feds rig the system?
How to 'contain the depression?' More credit, economists claim
When governments spend wealth, instead of building it
The biggest fraud in economics is ... economics?
C'est la vie: French emphasize food, gossip over economics, war
Are ready for this? Time for round two of the Fed's stimulus plan
Washington elites talk the new 'US empire'
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To colonize space, start closer to Earth
North Korea: Can US lead global 'village' toward diplomatic solution?
John Kasich raises 'taking out' top North Korean leaders
As Trump addresses NRA, some gun owners concerned about going too far
Fried pickles and populism: a diner tour of Trump Country
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