A Darwinian Perspective
In evolutionary history, no two sub-species have ever been able to cohabit a limited ecology. The outcome of this inherent selective conflict is written in the history of the human genus Homo, that is, the successive increases in brain size and intelligence and the disappearance of earlier, less corticalized forms of Homo. Civilization will eventually be shaped by the domination of Homo sapiens sapiens.
Chapter 17. The United States in Transition
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THE UNITED STATES IN TRANSITION
Ben Bernanke may be bullied into raising interest rates, when he should do no such thing. There will eventually come a day when the Federal Reserve Board should tighten—but that day is years away. … Our economic policy should be concerned with jobs, jobs, and jobs.—Paul Krugman (Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences), The New York Times, May 11, 2011.
Our Dominant Twentieth Century
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