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30. The End of War

In 1066 William the Con­queror hacked down a few British natives and did a neat takeover job on merry Eng­land. He wasn’t the first or the last to throw the dice for glory like this. These days his kind is … Con­tinue read­ing

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28. The Case for Favoritism

Imag­ine the per­fect mer­i­toc­racy. Now think again. In our per­fect mer­i­toc­racy prizes go to the most able, the most wor­thy, the best … But who is to decide the most able, wor­thy or best ? A fair sys­tem you say, … Con­tinue read­ing

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