Happy holidays! Here are eight great things I read this week.
Long-term thinkingA group set up an amazing plan:
It's a wonderful lifeThe world is getting more peaceful, write Steven Pinker and Andrew Mack:
Seriously, it isHere's Steven Johnson with the same theme:
The world in numbersRobert Samuelson shares some great stats:
WisdomTren Griffin shares money lessons he haslearned from comedians, including:
DemographicsEvery age group in the United States remains majorityCaucasian. That likely won't be true at the next census:
InequalityWhy does wealth inequality grow? Because those with high incomes save the most:
ToleranceHere's Bill Bernstein on how to manage risk:
Have a good weekend.
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