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Saving Gamblers From Themselves Economy

Saving Gamblers From Themselves

By Renée Loth

If the state really wants to discourage its residents from gambling away their paychecks and attract high-rolling outsiders instead, it might take a lesson from Singapore.

Harvard’s New Sexual Harassment Policy Must Change Law

Harvard’s New Sexual Harassment Policy Must Change

By Janet Halley

It is hard to imagine a more counterproductive thing for a sexual harassment policy to do than to make it harder for us to discuss, teach, debate and improve sexual harassment policy – but that is what the university policy threatens to do.

Operation Date Night Life

Operation Date Night

By Hinda Mandell

A year and a half after the birth of their daughter, Hinda Mandell and her husband take back the night.

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A Bat In My Bedroom Life

A Bat In My Bedroom

By Janna Malamud Smith

What a late night intruder taught Janna Malamud Smith about rabies, insurance and the differences between her and her husband.

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A Call For A National Strategy On Veterans Military

A Call For A National Strategy On Veterans

By Linda J. Bilmes

Rather than simply hoping things work out and then throwing money at problems after they surface, we need to think through in detail how to support all of America’s veterans.

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Why I Am Ashamed To Be Irish Life

Why I Am Ashamed To Be Irish

By Aine Greaney

The corpses of nearly 800 children may have been buried in a mass grave beside a former orphanage. Another shameful chapter in our country’s history.

The Nature Of Worry Boston

The Nature Of Worry

By Sharon Brody

Worrying is folly. It represents a flailing effort to gain, or to pretend to gain, some power over the unpredictable comings and goings of life.

Why Feminists Don’t Get Drunk Gender

Why Feminists Don’t Get Drunk

By Amy Gutman

Slate’s Emily Yoffe touched a nerve recently when she implored college women to ‘stop getting drunk.’ Amy Gutman agrees with the advice but rejects the rationale.

The Children Who Didn’t Survive Health

The Children Who Didn’t Survive

By Pamela Katz Ressler

Children are not supposed to die. But when they do, they become our teachers. Their legacy is to show the rest of us how to confront the unimaginable.

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