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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

RSN: Paul Krugman | Making Ignorance Great Again

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Paul Krugman | Making Ignorance Great Again 
Economist Paul Krugman. (photo: Getty Images) 
Paul Krugman, The New York Times 
Krugman writes: "Donald Trump just took us out of the Paris climate accord for no good reason. I don't mean that his decision was wrong. I mean, literally, that he didn't offer any substantive justification for that decision." 
It's Time to Bust the Myth: Most Trump Voters Were Not Working Class 
Nicholas Carnes and Noam Lupu, The Washington Post 
Excerpt: "What deserves to die isn't America's working-class communities. It's the myth that they're the reason Trump was elected." 
Somali Woman in US Beaten Unconscious by White Man While Trying to Help Another Muslim Woman 
Excerpt: "A Somali woman was brutally beaten by a white man after she intervened when he was harassing another Muslim woman Saturday night, according to the Columbus chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations." 
At $75,560, Housing a Prisoner in California Now Costs More Than a Year at Harvard 
Associated Press 
Excerpt: "The price for each inmate has doubled since 2005, even as court orders related to overcrowding have reduced the population by about one-quarter." 
Backers of Honduran Dam Opposed by Berta Caceres Withdraw Funding Completely 
Nina Lakhani, Guardian UK 
Lakhani writes: "The international funders behind the hydroelectric dam opposed by murdered Honduran environmentalist Berta Cáceres are withdrawing from the project." 
Fear Penetrates Kabul After Deadly Cycle of Violence 
Shereena Qazi, Al Jazeera 
Qazi writes: "The cycle of violence began on Wednesday when a powerful truck bomb ripped through the city's diplomatic zone." 
How Absurd Are Trump's Lies About Coal? The Entire Industry Is Hiring Less Than Tesla. 
Daniel Gross, Slate 
Gross writes: "The numbers, and the eagerness of coal partisans to inflate the importance of coal employment, only serve to highlight how irrelevant coal is becoming - as an economic force, to be sure, but also as an employment force." 

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