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Journalists Can Learn a Lot From Librarians

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These are today's best ideas

1. Journalists can learn a lot from librarians.

By Louise Lief in the Columbia Journalism Review

2. Can a corporation have a soul?

By Michael B. Dorff in the Atlantic

3. With patience running thin, China should recalibrate its policy toward North Korea.

By Mark (Won Min) Seo at the Foreign Policy Association

4. Soon, you can buy your produce direct from the farm — inside a Target.

By Dana Varinsky in Business Insider

5. Can a soap opera help stop female genital mutilation?

By Elizabeth Beattie in Broadly

The Aspen Institute is an educational and policy studies organization based in Washington, D.C.

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