1. China should match its massive investment in Africa with robust support for the Ebola fight.
By James Gibney in Bloomberg View
2. The market alone can’t drive advances in biomedical science. Philanthropy has a role.
By David Panzirer in Wired
3. Far from radical, the new USA Freedom Act protects citizens from government spying with better oversight and less secrecy.
By Mary McCarthy in USA Today
4. Outdated laws on debt collection and wage garnishment are crushing the working poor.
By Paul Kiel in ProPublica and Chris Arnold at National Public Radio
5. Scotland’s referendum was a reassuring exercise in the ‘majesty of democracy.’
By Michael Ignatieff in the Financial Times
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