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Bold Business Solutions for the New Energy Era  April 23, 2012

Is a productive economy possible without the use of coal, oil, and nuclear energy to drive it?

The Evolution and Economics of Human Relationships  April 23, 2012

Which social behaviors and human customs are actually holdovers from our evolutionary predecessors and closest genetic relatives?

Why Calories Count  April 19, 2012

What should we be eating and how are food manufacturers, diet promoters, federal policies, and corporations exerting influence over what ends up on your plate?

A Conversation with Judy Blume  April 19, 2012
Judy Blume

What makes a children’s book a classic and how is literature for young people changing today?

The Accordion Family  April 18, 2012

What’s driving adult children back into their parents’ homes across the developed world and what are their future prospects for economic independence?

The On-Going Quest for Equality  April 18, 2012

Should African American and Latino civil rights organizations be working together to achieve advances in building equality in today’s America?

Learning From the Octopus  April 17, 2012
Rafe Sagarin

What can humans learn about resilience and adaptability by simply observing the natural world?

Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin  April 17, 2012

What did Hitler’s rise to power mean for Americans working in 1930s Berlin?

Britain’s Legacies in the Modern World  April 16, 2012

What caused the sun to finally set on decades of British global dominance and how are Britain’s colonial maneuvers still reverberating today?

Where do your tax dollars go?  April 16, 2012

How does the government spend your income tax dollars and how are budgetary decisions made at the federal level anyway?

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