Instinct tells us that the lowest points in our lives should be locked away from the judging eyes and ears of others. Yet our failures may be the ticket to success for us and others.
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The congressional tax overhaul avoids a common behavioral mistake that would have increased revenue in the short term at the expense of future tax revenue.
As it stands now, our system of higher education may do more to perpetuate inequality than to disrupt it.
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