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“Democrats are infuriated, and feel the Supreme Court has been stolen from them.” On “The Intelligence” @stevenmazie reflects on Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation econ.st/31OATqy
 
What does Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation to the Supreme Court mean for next week's election? Sign up to Checks and Balance, our weekly newsletter on US politics, for fair-minded analysis of the campaign econ.st/35AmdwA
Checks and Balance newsletter
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“Feels Good Man” is a reminder that, particularly in the internet age, artists cannot control the afterlife of their work econ.st/37J0l4P
 
We're hiring! Let us know if you fit the bill: global finance and the City of London are the areas of expertise you need econ.st/2HxHHS5
 
Scientists have revealed hard evidence of water on the Moon. That, @Eaterofsun tells “The Intelligence”, brings a big question to the fore: who will own the rights to it? econ.st/3e7rlMn
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"Lockdowns are essentially an emergency brake on infection, and reflect a failure of public health strategy". @dgurdasani1, an author of the John Snow Memorandum, debates how to manage the pandemic on “Babbage” econ.st/34qhaQ1
Herd mentalitythe science behind the debate over how to manage covid-19
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Today on “The Intelligence”: a seismic shift in America’s Supreme Court, who will own water rights on the Moon and why Australia’s Aboriginal flag is disappearing econ.st/31LJPNn
We dont know how quickly her deep conservatism will reshape the courtbut its bound toSCOTUS
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After Donald Trump’s election, interest-rate spreads charged by bankers who opposed the president rose by 26% compared with a base period of 2014-15 econ.st/2G1O53V
 
 
 
The child gets into school or doesn’t – it’s a one-strike-and-you’re-out universe econ.st/3ou4XBK From @1843mag
 
How can people safeguard their mental health during a pandemic? @AnneMcElvoy asks @BreneBrown on “The Economist Asks” econ.st/35AXI2b
 
Elections have become a polarised, partisan issue. "Yet all this overlooks the degree to which American elections, especially for federal offices, are fair, secure and free," argues @KYTrey in The Economist econ.st/31Ft8Dt
 
 
The most immediate and fraught questions facing Amy Coney Barrett involve the re-election effort of the president who appointed her econ.st/3ov3nzu
 
Our Marjorie Deane intern will spend three months with The Economist writing about finance and economics econ.st/34vaZKj
 
Childbirth is one of the most natural things in the world. So why do so many expectant mothers feel judged, anxious, inadequate and guilty? econ.st/3dW35gd From @1843mag
The battle over birth
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"Lockdowns are essentially an emergency brake on infection, and reflect a failure of public health strategy". @dgurdasani1, an author of the John Snow Memorandum, debates how to manage the pandemic on “Babbage” econ.st/35ukit6
 
193m people worldwide subscribe to Netflix. How did the video-streaming platform disrupt the TV and film industry? econ.st/3kHDhqs
 
In the past, Democrats and Republicans were equally likely to vote by mail. New polls show a partisan gap econ.st/3kkN31S
 
 
How can you tell a Brit from an American? The answer lies in their choice of beans econ.st/34rydB8 From @1843mag
Why the baked bean divides America and Britain
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Why are bankers opposed to the president so much stingier with their loans? It may because they are more pessimistic about the economic outlook econ.st/3dX0TVP
 
Bookmark this page to stay up to date on America's presidential and congressional elections econ.st/2J657yR
The US 2020 elections | The Economist
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Chris Corbin and Jeremy King know why people go to restaurants. Hint: it’s not about the food econ.st/3jw9VKz From @1843mag
Why do people go to restaurants? Its not about the food
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Could a new sort of central planning help Chinese technology dominate the world stage? @SimonLong55 asks @DanwWang of Gavekal Dragonomics on our “Money Talks” podcast econ.st/3kw1WOJ
 
In the internet age China's Communist Party has been trying to gauge popular feeling in real time. But social-media chatter can be hard to interpret econ.st/2HrSbmy
Apparatchiks and academics alike struggle to take Chinas pulse
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America's election system is fragmented into small pieces with sundry rules. But this makes it hard for a bad actor—foreign or domestic—to manipulate, argues @KYTrey econ.st/3miSCye
 
A new economic era is dawning in China: a potent mix of autocracy, technology and dynamism. @S_Rabinovitch and @SimonLong55 speak to local business owners and economists about this latest evolution of state capitalism econ.st/35Ajq6u
 
The Economist's election forecasting model gives the Democrats a 99% chance of keeping their majority in the House of Representatives. Which way is your district voting? econ.st/2Hw41vz
 
Between 1877 and 1950, more than 4,000 African-American men, women and children were lynched. From @1843mag archive econ.st/2G0yiSX
A legacy of fear: confronting the history of lynching
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Campaign outlays for Montana’s population are more than double what is usually spent on an entire British national election econ.st/3otj4Y7
 
What does the Department of Justice’s federal antitrust lawsuit against Google mean for big tech? Listen to our “Babbage” podcast econ.st/3mu0kWf
 
What does the Department of Justice’s federal antitrust lawsuit against Google mean for big tech? Listen to our “Babbage” podcast econ.st/3e12E4o
 
Giles Tremlett reckons one in five of the volunteers became, in Hemingway’s words, “part of the earth of Spain” econ.st/31zLG81
 
If election results are disputed, America could find itself in a “full-blown crisis of succession” from which there might be no peaceful exit, writes Lawrence Douglas econ.st/31FKLTK
 
Amy Coney Barret's confirmation recalls the rightward shift in 1991 when the archconservative Clarence Thomas succeeded a civil-rights icon, Thurgood Marshall econ.st/2TrfAH7
 
“The Book Makers” probes the form and function of the codex, that hunk of paper between two boards that has evolved over millennia into the ideal reading device econ.st/2HubThe
 
Behind the headline figures, a closer look at China’s remarkable post-covid rebound reveals a quieter transformation happening at the heart of the Chinese economy. @S_Rabinovitch and @SimonLong55 investigate on “Money Talks” econ.st/3mm2Yxt
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Algorithms are the matchmakers of the modern world. The idea has roots in the 1960s econ.st/2HrSEoY From @1843mag
Before Tinder, there was Dateline
economist.com
 
Our election forecasting model currently gives the Democrats a 74% chance of winning a majority in the Senate. See which way each seat is leaning econ.st/3jzXHjY
SenateForecasting the US 2020 elections
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Pepe the Frog was originally created in 2005 as part of “Boys Club”, a comic strip based on Matt Furie and his stoner college friends econ.st/31JTioA
 
A new economic era is dawning in China: a potent mix of autocracy, technology and dynamism. @S_Rabinovitch and @SimonLong55 speak to local business owners and economists about this latest evolution of state capitalism econ.st/3jtNhSP
 
New research suggests partisanship makes borrowing more expensive for American firms—and the effect gets worse around elections econ.st/2HF8Tih
 
There is just over 1 week to go before America's presidential election. Take a look at our forecasting model to see which way different states are likely to vote econ.st/31IMVlr
 
“China wants to continue to open up and make itself as attractive as possible to foreign investors, but at the same time it’s worried about supply chain risk and disruption,” argues Wang Tao, chief China economist at @UBS, on “Money Talks” econ.st/3orclxz
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