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How Americans Became Obsessed With Self-Esteem

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1. This is how Americans became obsessed with self-esteem.

By Jesse Singal in the Science of Us

2. Is being a good samaritan becoming too dangerous?

By Lowen Liu in Slate

3. Technology is aggravating global inequality. Luckily, technology can fix it.

By Cory Doctorow in the Guardian

4. Meet a surprising new ally in the quest for medical marijuana: the American Legion.

By Joe Plenzler and Lou Celli in Defense One

5. The problem with millennials isn’t millennials — it’s how we lead them.

By Aaron Orendorff in Mashable

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


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