1. “This is a reflection of long-standing and growing inequalities of access to basic systems of healthcare delivery.” –Partners in Health co-founder Paul Farmer on the Ebola outbreak.
By Democracy Now!
2. Despite commitments to the contrary, elite colleges are still failing to bring poorer students into the fold.
By Richard Pérez-Peña in the New York Times
3. #ISISMediaBlackout: Tuning out Islamist rhetoric and taking out their powerful propaganda weapon.
By Nancy Messieh at the Atlantic Council
4. What makes income inequality so pernicious? The shocking odds against moving up the income ladder for some Americans.
By Richard Reeves at the Brookings Institution
5. The specter of Iraq’s looming collapse is inflaming concerns about Afghanistan’s electoral crisis. But the two countries are very different.
By The Editors of Bloomberg View
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