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Hong Kong’s democracy movement stands at a crossroads.
Paul Ryan’s poverty plan uses old tricks to make deep cuts.
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A super-wealthy few have successfully defeated all of their rivals—unions, the media, honest politicians, environmentalists—and now are free to do as they wish.
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