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- Politics & Power
Across America, big business conservatism is clashing with small business conservatism.
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Cheaper drugs cut the burden on the city of Sanming’s budget, but locals grumble over the quality of care.
Gilbert, AZ, the former “Hay Shipping Capital of the World,” is now making hay in a different way.
Public and investor euphoria is sweeping across the land of Nelson Mandela, but corruption remains.
Tiny Djibouti is where the widely held correlation between urbanization and economic development emphatically breaks down.