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Trustworthy Voices

The eighteenth century gave us lots of things – like Mozart and the steam engine and the guillotine – but it also gave us modern democracies. Monarchies would no longer do. Thanks to Rousseau and others, there was new talk of … Continue reading

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Advice from the Wrong People

Let’s say you have a problem with your car – there’s this odd sound coming from the transmission and now and then it feels as if you’re driving through a wall of lime Jell-O, and then it doesn’t. Something is … Continue reading

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