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2. S. D. Friedman, “7 Policy Changes America Needs So People Can Work and Have Kids,” Harvard Business Review, November 11, 2013,

3. An enormous amount of literature is emerging on this last issue. See, for but one example, D. Wallace-Wells, The Uninhabitable ...

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