June 2008

The Atlantic - June 2008

James Fallows on the golden environmental opportunity represented by smoggy Beijing; Joshua Green on how Silicon Valley made Barack Obama this year's hottest start-up; an instructor at a "college of last resort" explains why the idea that a university education is for everyone is a destructive myth; Gregg Easterbrooks warns of the disturbingly likely possibility of an asteroid or meteor strike; Stephan Faris weighs the efficacy of climate-change litigation; Caitlin Flanagan on Barbara Walters; and much more.

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