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theatlantic:

Our annual Brave Thinkers issue is now online! Inside, you’ll find:
Profiles of 21 people who risk their reputations, fortunes, and lives in pursuit of daring ideas
An extended interview with Mayor Michael Bloomberg about his soda ban, why he doesn’t care about approval ratings, and governing in the age of the Internet
The inept leadership of American generals, explained
A troubling prediction about the genetic future of biowarfare
And much, much more!
Tell us: What do you think of this month’s issue?

theatlantic:

Our annual Brave Thinkers issue is now online! Inside, you’ll find:

Tell us: What do you think of this month’s issue?

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  5. puddles-the-talking-dog answered: Is this the guy that is pushing the police to do ridiculous amounts of “stop and frisks” on (usually) innocent people?
  6. avedelparaiso answered: I’m sorry, it’s a good article. but this cover makes me think: oh look another old, rich, white man telling people what to do.
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    Yeah, the brave thinker who referred to the NYPD as his private army. I think we’re mixing up brave with stupid. I don’t...
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