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How Banks Fail

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  • Liaquat Ahamed,
  • New America Foundation
April 11, 2014 |
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The Medicare Data's Pitfalls

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  • Sheri Fink,
  • New America Foundation
April 9, 2014 |
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What You Don’t Know About Financial Aid (but Should) | The New York Times

April 9, 2014

“The term ‘need-blind admission’ has no official definition,” said Rachel Fishman, an education policy analyst at the New America Foundation. “It’s not in law anywhere. It’s just a mantle that the schools put on themselves.”

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Vote by U.N. General Assembly Isolates Russia

March 27, 2014

Anne-Marie Slaughter, a former State Department official and now president of the New America Foundation, a public policy group based in Washington, said the vote could be used to help refute the image of Russia vs. the West.

“It is a very big deal to make it clear to all Russians that the international community condemns this action,” she said. “This is not the story Putin told.”

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Muscle Head

  • By
  • Annie Murphy Paul,
  • New America Foundation
March 19, 2014 |

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Sheri Fink Win Book Awards | The New York Times

March 14, 2014

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Sheri Fink were among the winners of the National Book Critics Circle Awards, named Thursday night in New York City. The awards, given annually to books published in the United States in English, are chosen by a group of nearly 600 critics and editors from major publications that cover books.

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The Unhealthy Meat Market

March 12, 2014

“Even if Tyson did not produce a given piece of meat, the consumer is really only picking between different versions of the same commoditized beef, chicken, and pork that is produced through a system Tyson pioneered,” says Christopher Leonard, a ...

Comcast And Netflix Reach Deal On Service | The New York Times

February 23, 2014

Others, including Tim Wu, a Columbia Law School professor and advocate for net neutrality, said the interconnection agreement between Comcast and Netflix was one of the first such arrangements where a broadband provider like Comcast has extracted ...

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Comcast vs. the Cord Cutters | The New York Times

February 15, 2014

Which is not to say that striking down the merger would lead to some kind of cord cutters’ nirvana. Americans pay far more for broadband and TV service than people in most other industrialized nations. According to data collected by the New America Foundation, in Los Angeles, the cheapest monthly television, phone and Internet service costs about $80. In Paris, a similar bundle sells for $32, and in Seoul, it goes for $15.

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The Lessons of Japan’s Economy

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  • Steven Rattner,
  • New America Foundation
October 19, 2013 |
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