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Among writers and thinkers operating at the intersection of economics and public policy, few today are respected as Robert Reich.
I met brilliant thinkers and people so spun out they could hardly form a sentence.
NO UNLAWFUL ASSEMBLY CHARGES SO FAR FOLLOWING DOZENS OF ARRESTSBRITTANY CRUZ-FEJERAN AND ASHLY MCGLONEOCTOBER 12, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Quartz Africa pulled together a panel of three of the foremost thinkers on China-Africa relations particularly when it comes economics, finance, development and trade to help our readers see beyond the headlines, bluster and speculation.
That was a strong line these last 10, 15 years of some good thinkers.
It’s a remarkable turnabout for Dalio, 71, who has long prided himself on being a big thinker on the world economy, management and more.
Since the days of Plato, thinkers have wrestled with what makes for a just society, and whether the responsibility for justice rests with the individual or with government.
It was the face of a deep thinker, a man who had, perhaps, passed through much trouble.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
My uncle was a quick thinker, and I can see how, knowing he must die, he did all he could to assist justice.
IN THE ONYX LOBBYCAROLYN WELLS
Thus Anaximander, an original but vague thinker, prepared the way for Pythagoras.
Direct inheritance of acquired peculiarities no scientific thinker now admits.

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