‘No’: How PR Ended Chile’s Dictatorship

Dramatization Offers Wisdom on Motivating People, Achieving Meaningful Change

The campaign’s advertising chief, René Saavedra, was concerned that invoking 10 years of pain would not motivate people. They already feared the regime, and such an emphasis would make them remember why.

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Hillary’s Pro-Latino Façade Crumbles in New Mini-Documentary

Alliance with Marxists in Guatemala Haunts Presidential Nominee

Clinton, now a presidential candidate, may claim to support women and human rights. However, From Hillary with Love highlights how her collectivist ideology has blinded her to the true nature of her allies.

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Mark Skousen Has the Antidote to Financial Illiteracy

Review: A Contrarian's Guide to Growing Wealth in a Sea of Confusion

Conventional education in the West is so devoid of finance that its progeny are illiterate on such matters. However, even if I sensed the need to be better informed, I didn’t know where to start.

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Is the Ivory Tower for You?

The Guide to Academia for Aspiring Liberals

The road to an academic career is a long one, and many individuals fall by the wayside. Before handing over many precious years of your life, one would be wise to get a precise sense for where this path leads and how to navigate it successfully.

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Putin Biography Lets ‘The New Tsar’ Off Scot-Free

Rising Russian Power Contrasts with Corruption, Forgotten Rights

Given Vladimir Putin’s longstanding position at the helm of Russia, not without his share of controversy, he deserves his share of scrutiny. Steven Lee Myers has come to the party with The New Tsar.

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