A new issue of New Politics is out. Jefferson Pooley (Muhlenberg): The History of Communication Research and From Psychological Warfare to Social Justice: Shifts in Foundation Support for Communication Research. What is the probability that you are dreaming right now? From Businessweek, Paul Krugman says stimulus and currency devaluation are the best way to survive a crisis; Estonia chose austerity — why their rancorous, and often hilarious, war of words matters. From Christianity Today’s “Books and Culture”, a look at 9 algorithms that changed the future. From Mobilizing Ideas, a special section on the Iraq War protests, 10 years later. An interview with Suzanne Nossel, Executive Director of Amnesty International USA. Why are artists embarrassed about getting money, but Jamie Dimon isn’t? The Aurora Shooting: Sometimes there’s nothing wrong with politicizing a tragedy.

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