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Samantha Black, editor

Asia's challenges in the global crisis: A catalyst for change?

As recently as February, some economists were confident that much of Asia—in particular China and India –—would be able to avoid a deep recession even amid the current breakdown of the global financial system and the resultant collapse of international trade and investment. A rosy picture was painted of a region that would fare much better than during the 1997 Asian financial crisis.

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Coal plant somewhere in the U.S. country side.

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Anti-smoking paternalism: A cancer on American liberty

Newport Beach is considering banning smoking in a variety of new places, potentially including parks and outdoor dining areas. This is just the latest step in a widespread war on smoking by federal, state, and local governments—a campaign that includes massive taxes on cigarettes, advertising bans, and endless lawsuits against tobacco companies. This war is infecting America with a political disease far worse than any health risk caused by smoking; it is destroying our freedom to make our own judgments and choices.
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