Tomorrow’s cover today: nearly 1 billion people have been taken out of extreme poverty in 20 years. The world should aim to do the same again.

Tomorrow’s cover today: nearly 1 billion people have been taken out of extreme poverty in 20 years. The world should aim to do the same again.

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    I would have never guessed.
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    Looking good
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    I tend to give magazine subscriptions as gifts to some coworkers. Last year it was NatGeo, this year it’s The Economist....
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    A+
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    In the latest issue, the Economist reviews Tyler Cowen’s new book Average is Over and calls it a “bracing new book.”...
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    Win
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    Maybe… if you exterminate half mankind with a disease.