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It was a masterful, completely legal and utterly ruthless move.
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Once they are gone, you are the one who will have to tell their stories.
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Nothing grew faster than per-child spending on child care, which increased by a factor of 21—or approximately 2,000 percent—in those 40 years.
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No one starts saving for childcare at age 12 to be ready by age 30 for kids.
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We had the crash in 1987 which made people wear suits again
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A bias to bias
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Major things happen because of seemingly irrelevant mutations in narratives
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