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Truth in Paradox: Freedom’s Eve and Freedom’s Wave

On this first day of the New Year and decade, let us celebrate paradox. Both light and matter co-exist, just as good and evil, right and wrong, past and present — and, some argue, future. Waves and particles, that’s my … Continue reading

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Why Dodd-Frank Is Important–For Everyone

This week, Congress returned from  its holiday  break to confront a deep irony:  while millions are desperate for work, the place that brought down our economy is now on a roll.  On the first count, roughly 2.1 million US workers … Continue reading

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The Future of Good Governance

July is the month to celebrate democracy’s journey—Independence Day in the US,  Bastille Day in France ten days later.  Too bad democracy’s core values aren’t enacted, even though they’re embedded in our corporate governance system of checks and balances.  Fortunately … Continue reading

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