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Heather Hendershot portrait photo on grey background. The book cover has large capitalized text that says, “Heather Hendershot, When the News Broke: Chicago 1968 and the Polarizing of America.” The cover includes 1968 photo of protestors outside CBS News.

Why 1968 still matters

Professor Heather Hendershot’s new book about that year’s Democratic National Convention explores how anger at the media became part of our culture wars.

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On left, a photo of Amy Finkelstein, arms crossed, with wooden door in background. On right, the red cover says, “Risky Business: Why Insurance Markets Fail and What to do About it,” by authors Liran Einav, Amy Finkelstein, and Ray Fisman.

Unnatural selection

In a new book, “Risky Business,” Amy Finkelstein examines the core issue of the insurance industry: Who gets to be a customer?

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Should we tax robots?

Study suggests a robot levy — but only a modest one — could help combat the effects of automation on income inequality in the U.S.

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